TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) – Music filled the streets of downtown Terre Haute Friday night from Music at the Crossroads.

Music at the Crossroads is a fall tradition that came with a new name this year.

The event was fun for the whole family with a kids’ zone that included a bounce house, slides, spider jumps, and arts/crafts. There were also lots of food vendors for everyone to enjoy.

Brandon Halleck, the C.O.O of Chances and Services for Youth said the event featured the Big Fun Band, the Mark Rogers Band, and Jed Harrelson came all the way from Nashville.

All of the money raised from this event went to support Big Brothers, Big Sisters of the Wabash Valley.