FallsFest ended its 30-year run this weekend in Wichita Falls with two nights filled with great music. When it was announced earlier this year that FallsFest would be coming to an end, we knew that the final year was going to be one to remember. This year's festival didn't disappoint.

Friday night, things kicked off with Erick Willis taking the stage. After that, attendees where treated to the southern rock/country sounds of Uncle Lucius. Finally, the first night of the festival drew to a close with a country music legend: Clint Black. Clint finished the night and also celebrated the release of his brand new album.

On Saturday, gates opened at 11am for the final day of FallsFest. Throughout the day, family friendly games, activities, and local music filled Lucy Park. At 6pm, music on the main stage began with local band Miyagi. Next, Green River Ordinance entertained the crowd.

The final night of the final year of FallsFest came to a close with a band originally from Wichita Falls. Bowling For Soup, who had started as a group in Wichita Falls in 1994, came back to their hometown to end the festival with a bang.

It was a great weekend full of fun, games, food, and music. Check out the photo gallery above for some great pictures of the event and thanks, FallsFest, for 30 years of great memories!