DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - Rain is an on-and-off possibility through the weekend.
Organizers at the Cityfolk Festival might think they're having deja vu.
We caught some of the people setting up for this weekend's event battening down the hatches against Friday's rain.
You might remember severe storms rumbled through the festival last year, causing some damage and shutting down the event.
The festival got underway on time Friday and organizers and vendors alike hope big crowds won't shy away from the fun this weekend with rain threatening.
One vendor said he already spent $3,000 to prepare for Cityfolk and he says another year of bad sales due to the rain might change his mind about coming again. The new admission fee also has him concerned.
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