FRANKFORT, NY - A Central New York fan favorite returned to the Mohawk Valley after a brief hiatus.
FrogFest, Big Frog 104’s country music festival that features not only local country bands but also up-and-coming Nashville artists, took place at the Herkimer County Fairgrounds Saturday. In all 8 acts took to the stage, providing the crowd with some great entertainment. There were also a number of food trucks on-site, so there was plenty to eat and drink.
There was even one marriage proposal.
"I think everybody's excited to get out, but they're still kind of cautious,” said Big Frog 104’s Polly Wog.”We have some people that want to keep safe, they're wearing their masks. If they're vaccinated and they feel comfortable, they don't have to, but I'll tell you one thing, I have seen a lot of smiles already to be out with people and just hearing some great live music."
At 32 years, FrogFest is the longest-running music festival in the Mohawk Valley, and fans were certainly glad to see it return.
As for that marriage proposal? She said yes.