Oak Ridge's Secret City Festival marks it's ten year anniversary this weekend.
Visitors Bureau President Katy Brown says the milestone has them thinking about the future.
"After ten years it's kind of that bench mark point where we have to say 'Where do we want to go from here? What do we see that's working? What do we see that's maybe been here long enough and now it's time to bring in something new'," says Brown.
She says in past years the festival has brought in 20-25 thousand people. Brown says she expects this year to prove even bigger.
"I hope people will continue to feel like this is their hometown festival, but continue to share it with the world," says Brown.
The festival blends traditional summer fun with crafts, music, and Oak Ridge history.