The hamlet of Rosebud celebrated the end of summer with the Annual 15 Minutes of Fame.
The outdoor music festival celebrated it's 13th season as it continues to grow from it's grassroots music to local emerging artists that combines new artists and veteran artists from all over.
"We have about 21 acts," explained Festival Director Lauren Hamm. "We have a couple smaller acts that are sort of our half acts but yea, about 21."
The event ran Saturday starting at 12pm until dusk which featured artists like the Traveling Mabels, The Wheatland Band, Me & the Mrs., Calum Graham, The Frontiers and many more.
"It's the most community centered event we have here in town. I think just the whole town comes out and all we love it," Hamm said. "We've got people up on stage and people selling their stuff and volunteering. This is such a huge volunteer experience for everyone so, it's great."
"It's our favorite thing to see all these people come into town."