RJ Feyerheisen

Fourth Degree drummer RJ Feyerheisen's drum sticks were a blur as he pounded out the beat for the rock band.

Wow! 11 hours of music.

It was a big day for the Hudson Lions Club Saturday as they hosted the Hudson Hometown Music Fest, a family friendly day of music at Lakefront Park.

While bands played on stage. There were activities for kids and vendor booths for their parents.

The event showcased talented musicians in the Hudson and Twin Cities area, with the Fourth

Degree kicking off the Fest at noon. 

FireWater Gospel Choir highlighted the evening schedule.

“The bands were really good,” said Mike Burnley, an event organizer with the Lions Club. “It went really well.”

Crowds grew as the day went on.

A variety of food and beverages were offered, and a silent auction and wine pull were held with proceeds donated to Bikers Against Child Abuse.

Burnley called the event a success. Proceeds from the event are still being tallied, he said.

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