It brought 30,000 people and some good business to a small city, but not everyone is sure they want the Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival to return next year.
County commission will be discussing the event Thursday.
Some area residents said it brought big money to businesses and was a great event.
Others are concerned over the noise, number of arrests and drugs that came with it.
Thursday's meeting is a chance for the public to voice support or concerns about the three-day event that was held in March.
The sheriff for the county said 70 people were arrested and some attendees were caught with a variety of narcotics including heroin, LSD to liquid methphetamine.
The meeting starts at 9 a.m. Right now there's no date set for next year’s event.