Sargent Craig Stout with the Fayetteville Police Department says it was a relatively calm event with very few instances of any types of serious crime.
He says most of the arrests were alcohol related such as public intoxication and disorderly conduct but preliminary numbers suggest arrests will be down compared to last year's rally.
Saturday was the busiest night of the event for police activity with 10 people arrested.
Sgt. Stout says very few of the arrests made throughout the rally were out-of-town visitors.