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Tens of thousands of music lovers are in Manchester this weekend for the Bonnaroo Music Festival.
If you plan to go, organizers urge you to be aware of the extreme muddy conditions inside the grounds and don't forget the sunscreen.
The festival runs through Sunday night with Elton John closing it out with a 9:30pm performance.
Thousands of Bonnaroo-goers passed through McMinnville on the way, with many stopping off to pick up supplies and food items for their weekend camping experience.
The 2014 Main Street Live concert series kicks off Friday night with music from "Seven Bridges," which is an Eagles tribute band. It will be Seven Bridges' second appearance at Main Street Live.
The music begins at 7pm on the west lawn of Security Federal Bank. Concessions open at 6pm. Admission is free.
A Grundy County man who was added to the TBI's Top Ten Most Wanted list on Tuesday was captured Wednesday in Arkansas.
Wednesday night, U.S. Marshals from the Eastern Arkansas Fugitive Task Force arrested Samuel A. McCurry in Fordyce, Arkansas. McCurry's last known address was Gruetli-Laager.
Investigators say they think McCurry went to Arkansas to stay with a friend.
He was wanted in Grundy County for four counts of aggravated sexual battery and rape of a child. He had failed to appear in court on June 4th.
He is being held without bond pending extradition back to Tennessee.
Tennessee Finance Commissioner Larry Martin says the state's revenue collections recorded negative growth in May.
Martin said Wednesday that overall revenues were $40 million less than expected. He attributed the poor numbers mainly to a legal change in the timing of business tax payments, and the payment of a large sales tax settlement.
The state's general fund fell short by $42 million last month.
Corporate franchise and excise taxes were $2.2 million below the budgeted estimate for May, and sales taxes were $10.5 million less than expected.
Traffic was heavy on I-24 Wednesday night as thousands of festival-goers made their way to Manchester for the Bonnaroo Music Festival. Many arrived before the gates opened, causing heavy traffic volume between mile markers 110 and 114. The main exit for the festival is Exit 111 on Highway 55.
Bonnaroo attendees will be continuing to arrive throughout the day Thursday, and those traveling are being advised to take a different route if you wish to avoid possible traffic congestion on I-24 around Manchester.
The festival kicks off Thursday afternoon and continues through Sunday night.