Only one hour left to go and East Coulee will be rocking out with 2017 Springfest.

The event kicks off tonight, May 5, at 6:30 p.m. and tomorrow, May 6, at noon.

"We've got a good harder rock band to start. We've got some great, great music lined up for the weekend," stated festival organizer, Barb Steeves.

There's a shuttle for those who might need a ride to and back from the festival.

"It's a free shuttle that goes from the Heartwood Inn, the Ramada and the Quality Inn. People might see the sign at the Super 8 too, but they have to go over to the Ramada," Steeves explained.

"That will run every hour both tonight and tomorrow. It's available for anyone who wants to use it."

For those who are wanting to attend Springfest, but haven't bought your tickets yet you can still do so at the doors.

"They can get a day ticket or a weekend pass. The weekend pass is $50 at the door, if they want the Friday night it's just $20 (and) if they want just the Saturday is $40," concluded Steeves.

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