A car fire at the Blue Ridge Rock Festival was quickly put out by fire crews Saturday.
The car caught on fire in the parking lot of the music festival.
According to fire officials, they were call to the scene in Concord at around 11:00 a.m.
They do not know what caused the fire, but attributed it to some sort of vehicle malfunction.
There were no injuries. The car was destroyed.
Rest of this story: ABC 13
CAR FIRE: A car was engulfed in flames in the parking lot at the Blue Ridge Rock Festival. Luckily there were no injuries and fire crews were able to quickly put it out.https://t.co/VACx5ehrH9 pic.twitter.com/1PuqsQqqKT— ABC 13 News - WSET (@ABC13News) September 1, 2018