As 3pm Monday approaches, a weekend full of fun, music, and anticipation goes on.

Saturday was a beautiful day to begin the Dark Side Bash in downtown Vincennes.

Sunday there was a threat of some rain and possible storms so the live music part of the festival was moved to Highland Woods Community Center on Hart Street.

On Saturday, major news outlets reported that Vincennes and Knox County would have the best weather on Monday for viewing the total solar eclipse in Indiana.

Officials and residents throughout the area have reported seeing many more out-of-state license plates on the roads Sunday.

Those vehicles are in, or headed to Knox County.

It’s been reported that some churches in Knox County who sold parking spaces for visitors to utilize as they watch the eclipse are sold out.

Knox County Sheriff Doug Vantlin and Knox County Emergency Management Agency Director John Streeter told First City News that there have been no issues or problems over the weekend filled with public and private festivities.

One concern has been the traffic leaving the area after the eclipse.

Both Vantlin and Streeter advise drivers to use the main roads and obey traffic signs and signals and law enforcement when present.

For more information on eclipse activities go to vincennesclipse.com.

For traffic updates or weather alerts text “ECLIPSE24” to 78015,