ENTERPRISE-- While stages are being taken down and people are cleaning up, Bamajam farms is the most quiet it's been in days.
"It was wild, it was fun. Everybody was real courteous and I had a gread time. I'll be back from now on." said BamaJam camper, Randall Graham
And campers, like Randall, are packing up to go home... But he says that BamaJam 2012 was everything he'd hoped it would be.
"Kid Rock put on a good show last night and it was just an excellent time. It's a great atmosphere, everybody had a good time." said Graham.
And the only thing he says he would have changed....
"Well, I wish we had one more day of it, that's the bad thing about it."
"And while campers are sad that BamaJam 2012 has come to an end, vendors are saying that they're just excited about coming back next year." said Graham.
"Our experience was tremendous. The reception was awesome from the fans here at BamaJam and we had a blast with everybody. We will definately be back next year." said Devon Robinson, FarmLife vendor.
Robinson says BamaJam has given his brand new company an opportunity to grow since this event drew so many different people in.
"People love the Farm Life and we appreciate everybody that came over to our booth and visited us this weekend." said Robinson.
So now it's time to say goodbye BamaJam and....
"We'll see ya'll next year."
Next year it is then...