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Festival Doesn't End For Some

LANSING, Mich. (WLNS)- After a week of rocking downtown Lansing, the Common Ground Music Festival is officially over.

Although, for a lot of workers the hardest part of the festival is just beginning. A crew of about a hundred workers will continue to clear the festival grounds.

Organizers say they're pleased with the way Common Ground turned out this year and say the festival's success wouldn't be possible without all the boots on the ground doing their part.

"We go through about three hundred employees throughout the course of these three weeks of the festival--that build that tear down and the actual festival itself. We've probably got about a hundred or so people out here today--doing various jobs from taking down the stage to taking down fence and tents and all that," said Jenna Meyer, Marketing Director of Common Ground.

Those workers will be on the festival grounds at Adado Riverfront Park until Wednesday.

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