Music lovers are gearing up for nine full hours of music at this weekend’s Pleasantville Music Festival.
Organizers are expecting a big turnout for this year’s festival, which offers music and food.
This year marks the 14th anniversary of the festival that features three stages, 18 bands and plenty of family-friendly activities.
Headliners include the Psychedelic Furs, Robert Randolf and the Family Band and Cracker.
Festival Director Bruce Figler tells News 12 there are things to do for all ages, including a beer hall for adults, face paint and bouncy houses for the kids.
Figler says there was around 5,000 in attendance for last year’s festival.
Parking is available at Pace University along with a free shuttle to the event.
The event closes at 9 p.m.