The long-awaited Bama Jam music festival kicks-off on Thursday afternoon.
With expected crowds of 30,000 people over a four-day period organizers and the City of Enterprise will work to ensure the safety of the public's health.
The city plans to do mosquito spraying at the 600-acre site off Highway 167 North.
Officials say they hope to do the spraying after each nightly performance.
Mosquitoes in early June in south Alabama can be a real problem.
Enterprise City Attorney, Rainer Cotter, said "We would like the developer to reimburse the city for the chemicals and the manpower, and not hold the city liable and we'll go with whatever you say to that."
The cost of mosquito spraying at the Bama Jam site has not yet been determined.