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It was rock at its finest and it marked a return that so many people were waiting for. Rockin' the Fields of Minnedosa has come and gone after the festival made a return following a two-year hiatus.

Thousands of rock fans packed Minnedosa for the festival which included the likes of Our Lady Peace, Nazareth and Honeymoon Suite, just to name a few. The three-day festival came to a close on Sunday, July 31 and people are still buzzing about the great time they had.

Kamryn Winters said it was a great return.

"It went very well this year, it was amazing to see everyone come out after two years without a festival," said Winters. "We couldn't have asked for more, it was a great weekend."

Kamryn said planning is well underway for next year's festival and that a lineup will be released in the fall. When asked what her favourite part about the festival was, she said it was seeing so many wonderful faces.

"This year was probably the biggest the festival has had in a long time when it comes to attendance," ended Winters. "People were so happy to see some of their friends that they haven't in a long time, everyone was in such a good mood. There was genuine excitement and the connection after two years was amazing."

730 CKDM's Sam Brownell, James Blake, Al Gaines, and Angus Hout also spent a day taking in the event.

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