PHOTOS: Green River Festival gets underway after rain delay

A group from Vermont waits out the rain in the campground area after thunderstorms delayed the start of the Green River Festival on Friday night at the Franklin County Fairgrounds.

A group from Vermont waits out the rain in the campground area after thunderstorms delayed the start of the Green River Festival on Friday night at the Franklin County Fairgrounds. STAFF PHOTO/PAUL FRANZ

People listen to Oh He Dead play the main stage at the Green River Festival on Friday night at the Franklin County Fairgrounds after a slight rain delay.

People listen to Oh He Dead play the main stage at the Green River Festival on Friday night at the Franklin County Fairgrounds after a slight rain delay. STAFF PHOTO/PAUL FRANZ

People walk past rows of food vendors at the Green River Festival on Friday night at the Franklin County Fairgrounds after a slight rain delay.

People walk past rows of food vendors at the Green River Festival on Friday night at the Franklin County Fairgrounds after a slight rain delay. STAFF PHOTO/PAUL FRANZ

Thunderstorms delayed the start of the Green River Festival on Friday night at the Franklin County Fairgrounds.

Thunderstorms delayed the start of the Green River Festival on Friday night at the Franklin County Fairgrounds. STAFF PHOTO/PAUL FRANZ

Oh He Dead plays the main stage at the Green River Festival after being delayed by thunderstorms that forced attendees to shelter in their vehicles or in buildings on Friday night at the Franklin County Fairgrounds.

Oh He Dead plays the main stage at the Green River Festival after being delayed by thunderstorms that forced attendees to shelter in their vehicles or in buildings on Friday night at the Franklin County Fairgrounds. STAFF PHOTO/PAUL FRANZ

Published: 06-21-2024 6:57 PM

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