Thousands attend World Pulse Festival in South Bend

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South Bend, Ind. Some 20 to 40 thousand people were expected to flock to the South Side of South Bend, where six Christian bands rocked out in the sunshine.

It's the 27th year for the World Pulse Music Festival, and fans were expected from all over the region.

Saturday’s headliner was the popular Switchfoot band.

Jimtown graduate and Bethel freshmen, Leah Pope, opened for the big show.

It's all completely free to the public and takes place in the backyard of 96.1 Pulse FM.

"It's free number one because we wanted to reach out to the community and we wanted to make it available to as many people as possible and we have people come from all over the Midwest region,” said Pete Sumrall, Lesea Broadcasting president.


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