EUGENE, Ore. -- Families from all over the area gathered at PK Park in Eugene for the city's first CityFest.
Over 100 churches, local businesses, and community leaders worked hard over the last 18 months to put together a CityFest in Eugene.
The free faith-based event focuses on encouraging unity and collaboration across all communities, denominations, and ethnicities.
Families that came out to the event were met with a family area full of fun and games for kids of all ages.
There was also an actions sports demonstration, and concerts throughout the evening.
Tendashii, Rend Collective, and Toby Mac performed at the event.
Co-Chair Matt Hogan said they hope the event shows everyone the great things about Eugene and its people.
"It just raises awareness of our town, the people we have in it, and the culture we have, which is amazing," Hogan said. "It's diverse. It's a great people to be with. It's a great people to love."