DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - Organizers of the 2013 Cityfolk Festival are calling this year's event a success.
It's been three weeks since the very wet CityFolk Festival came to an end and for three weeks 2 NEWS has been working to get you answers about its future.
Cityfolk Board of Trustees President Matt Dunn says more than 6,000 people came out to RiverScape Metropark to enjoy more than 23 bands.
Dunn says though they generated more than $50,000 in ticket sales with their new $7 admission fee, they still don't have a total amount of how much they actually earned or whether or not they broke even.
"We are in dialogue about that right now. One of the things that is still outstanding is the bills. We aren't even 30 days out so we have to see how our finance are and how it effects the rest of the season," said Dunn.
Dunn says they are waiting to see if they break even before they choose to announce if the Cityfolk Festival will come back next year.
As for now, he says they have until September 1 to decide, but Dunn is expecting to make that announcement
within the next 30 days.
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