Los Angeles police, sheriff's deputies and other law enforcement officers reported arresting 29 people at the Made in America festival in downtown on Saturday.
An estimated 34,000 people attended the two-day festival debut in Grand Park outside City Hall and crowds were largely peaceful and well-behaved, said Andy Neiman, a Los Angeles Police Department spokesman.
Of the arrests, 23 were for misdemeanor violations mostly involving alcohol. The other six were felony arrests related to narcotics, Neiman said.
Several people were given medical attention on-site and released. No serious injuries were reported as of 11 p.m., Neiman said.
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