After last year's record breaking custody total, this year's New England Country Festival featuring Kenny Chesney was a quieter affair.
Of the nearly 100,000 people that attended both shows, 89 people were arrested and 179 people were taken into protective custody. Overall, 268 people were taken into custody according to the Foxborough Police Department.
On night one, which featured a crowd of 46,801, 58 people were arrested mainly for underaged drinking and occasionally for disorderly conduct. 72 were taken into protective custody.
Night two saw a decrease in arrest with 31 and but protective custodies increased to 107. Attendance for the second show was 51,587.
The decrease represents a nearly 50 percent drop in custodies at the show compared to last year. At the 2012 edition of the show, over 100 arrests were made and over 500 were placed in protective custody. This was also the lowest amount of custodies for the show in the two-day format adopted in 2011.