MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - Hours before the opening of the biggest music festival in Alabama, you could see all kinds of people in downtown Mobile.
There were engineers working on sound for the stages, food vendors getting for thousands of customers, and three old friends getting ready for some music.
"I was here last year, and I really enjoyed it," said Alen Dennis.
Dennis, Michael Morris, and TD Morris are all from Kentucky, and are ready for a fun-filled weekend.
"Even if you don't have passes to those events or can't get in because the crowd is so bad, you can get close enough to still enjoy them," said TD Morris.
The trio has its musical plans and menu ideas. The guys plan to make the most of Mobile.
Another out-of-town guest is Anne Mooney, here from Houston.
"I'm excited to go to all the concerts. Loverboy, Journey, Pat Benatar, it's definitely my generation," Mooney said.
The three day festival obviously isn't just loved by the locals, and if you're out, be on the lookout for TD Morris ... doing a little dance.
"The wobble, you might see me doing the wobble. But if you do don't tell anybody," Morris said.
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