PHOTOS: A bird’s eye view of downtown Saturday night

From Schooner Valley to Bean Blossom and points in between, Brown County was flush with visitors over the weekend taking in a wide variety of shows.

We asked local aerial photographer Gary Huett to fly his drone around downtown Nashville to check out the traffic on Saturday night, the peak time for many activities taking place around the county.

His videos and still shots, taken between 7 and 7:45 p.m., didn’t show anything notable about the traffic on the highway before the sold-out opening-night show by Vince Gill at the Brown County Music Center — not like some October weekends when it’s at a standstill.

(His video files were too large to upload to this site; they’re posted on our Facebook page in case you’re curious.)

Elsewhere in the county, tent campers took over the field along State Road 46 West at Mike’s Dance Barn for a Grateful Dead tribute concert; the Playhouse in downtown Nashville hosted a Johnny Cash tribute show on Saturday night; and enthusiastic crowds descended on Bean Blossom for the annual Bean Blossom Blues Fest featuring Brown County favorite The Rev. Peyton’s Big Damn Band on Friday night and The Record Company on Saturday night.

If you have photos from around the county this weekend that you’d like to share, please email them to [email protected]