It's that time of year again! Crews started setting up the tents and stages for Musikfest on Monday, but they need your help.
Under the bridge in Bethlehem, the tents are already going up for Musikfest.
"We're two weeks away and we're already well into it," said Musikfest volunteer coordinator Hillary Harper.
Musikfest expects to draw in tens of thousands of people when it kicks off next Friday, but right now, a small army in orange is getting everything ready.
"There will be about 7,000 seats that are put in the parking lot here," said Mark Demko, spokesman for ArtsQuest, which puts on the festival. "Of course, we'll be setting up all the tents, the tables and chairs for the festival."
It's a mostly volunteer army.
"Right now we have about 1700 volunteers signed up, so we're doing really great, but we could always use more," said Harper.
It's an "army" that needs more recruits.
"We're looking for maybe 300 - 400 more people to sign up."
The alcohol tents are just one area where Musikfest needs help. Others include shuttle bus stops, as well as ticket windows and information booths.
If you want to volunteer, you've got to give at least 18 hours of your time. That translates to about three different shifts during the 10-day festival.
"It can be anywhere from retirees to teenagers," said Harper. "People can volunteer as families."
The festival itself got some help. After dismal attendance last year and a flood on the last weekend, Musikfest leaders pleaded for donations -- a plea they say paid off.
"We absolutely had tremendous response to the 'Save Our Songs' campaign," said Demko. "People are still giving today."
Now that they've got more "green," they just need more "orange."