OSHKOSH - A major music festival with a focus on faith has kicked off in Oshkosh.
Christian music fans packed into the Sunnyview Expo Center for Lifest.
The festival features more than 100 performers. There are also a number of speakers and activities.
"They're going to hear wholesome messages, wholesome music. They're not going to be afraid of what teenagers or their little 6-year-old kid's going to hear coming off the stage," said Tammy Borden, Lifest marketing director.
The festival continues through Sunday.
FOX 11 is a sponsor of the event.
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See a list of dates and times for Christmas and holiday parades across Northeast Wisconsin.
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