People from all across Georgia rocked out Saturday for the second night of Bragg Jam in downtown Macon.
Thousands of people filled the streets to listen to live music from more than 80 bands; ranging from country, rock, blues, electronic, and soul-infused sounds.
The music ran for 12 hours, from 2 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Downtown restaurants and bars teamed up with local businesses and organizations to pack 19 stages, bringing in a wide variety of artists to central Georgia.
But beyond the music, some festivalgoers say they love this event so much because it brings the community together.
"The music and the friends. The atmosphere that you get here in Macon, you can just walk around and hang out with your friends and I love that,” said Lexie Lott.
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