Old Town Music Festival returns and brings in thousands to Temecula Stampede

Big & Rich. Shawna Sarnowski photo
The third Old Town Music Festival was an occasion fit for the enjoyment of all ages, and brought in national headlining country artists to perform. Beyond the boundaries of the Temecula Stampede, cars lined front street, and businesses were crowded with people.Many of the attendees dawned their cowboy boots and hats for the occasion. The aroma of barbecue and beer drifted about the grounds, no thanks to the cooling summer breeze. People were seen dancing and clapping along to the music brought on by this year’s lineup of musicians. Security was also plentiful, with sheriffs, the fire department, and festival security guards continuously spectating the area.Local businesses offering handmade goods on the grounds included Weld + Wool: A Legacy Brand, Kelsey’s Korner, and Temecula
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