Crowds from all over Utah went to Chillfest 2015 at the Thanksgiving Point Electric Park. Doors opened at 2 p.m. for the park and the show featured local acts like House of Lewis.
Popular food trucks arrived, including Mousetrap and Marley’s.
Many of the acts drew large crowds such as Silento, who has a current radio hit “Watch Me.” He brought many to their feet and he even pulled some onstage to join him while he danced.
BYU student Carli Stone said the artist was calling people onstage and only men were mainly coming up. Stone said Silento told the crowd, “I think we need some girls up here.”
“My favorite part of Chillfest was most definitely T-Pain,” Stone said. “He seriously brought such a fun atmosphere to the stage, and everyone was having a good time.”
T-Pain was the headliner of the show and brought in a huge crowd for his performance. T-Pain sang some of his biggest radio hits including “Kiss Kiss” and “Cyclone,” both of which he was a featured artist in.
The small-community feel, along with some great artists, made for a success of a night that many enjoyed.