Aug 1, 2013 at 8:34 am
DETROIT LAKES, Minn. (KNSI) Minnesota State Patrol Captain Bruce Hentges says troopers in the Detroit Lakes district are ready for mass amounts of traffic the next several days as "We Fest" gets underway.
Hentges says trooper reinforcements have been brought in from the adjoining districts of Brainerd, Thief River Falls and St. Cloud.
Highways 10, 59 and 34 will be busy. The stage at the country music festival comes alive today at the Soo Pass ranch near Detroit Lakes.
The heaviest traffic is expected on Sunday as all the campers and concert-goers head home.
Tonight's headliners include Big and Rich and Eric Church.
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