TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - For music lovers, Wednesday evening was hard to beat.
The second Summer Bash was held at Fairbanks Park in Terre Haute.
Country singers Mark Cooke and the LoCash Cowboys were performing on the main stage.
Hundreds of people turned up for the free concert.
It not only gave many people the chance to hear good music, but also gave members of the bands a chance to meet their fans.
"Summer is one of my favorite times because you get to meet so many people, you know, a lot of people from Indiana that don't know us, we can't wait to meet you. We're very well-rounded, open hearted, and we want to keep everyone involved," Chris Lucas from the LoCash Cowboys said.
The concert was put on by Hi-99 Radio.
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