TROY, Ohio (WDTN) - Mumford And Sons are making a stop in Troy and businesses expect to make a lot of money when they arrive.
Lori Gunter has prepared her store with the theme of the band.
"We really don't know what to expect. They're guessing 40,000 people a day," said Gunter.
Gentlemen of the Road is expected to generate between $12.5 million to $20 million for the city.
Some of the money will come from alcohol sales. The city has made some changes to allow for drinking at the festival.
There will be about 150 officers patrolling the event.
Organizers ask that you don't drive into downtown Troy. Park at Waco Air Field where shuttle busses will take you to the concert venue.
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