Vintage Trouble absolutely owned the stage, closing out the 28th annual Roots Festival to the delight of thousands Saturday evening.
Ty Taylor even jumped from the stage and onto the fence, standing up high to look out over the crowd.
It was one of the most rocking sets in the history of the festival.
Vintage Trouble had everyone up front waving their arms and dancing the night away on the beautiful Paola Park Square.
The festival began in 1989 as a potluck barbecue at Wallace Park with a reunion of several families in Paola. It grew into a reunion for the entire town.
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