It’s really disappointing," Peaches Amspacher said. "I worry about what’s going to happen to the Norman Music Fest now.”
Amspacher came to the courthouse Friday in hopes that she would see guns banned from the Norman Music Festival. But now, for the first time in seven years, she says she won’t be going.
"I really would like to be able to support my friends and everything that they’ve worked so hard to do, but at the same time I don’t really feel safe with my kids," she said.
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“We’re not out to be an in-your-face, I’m going to make a request that no one open carry," Don Spencer, Oklahoma Second Amendment Association vice president, said. "We just don’t want to take a right, and we’re out for a good time too, we don’t want to be the buzz kill.”
Spencer also encourages anyone who sees someone carrying a gun, who is also drinking alcohol, to call police immediately for everyone’s safety.