the labor day weekend's sixth annual sun city music fest at ascarate park proved to be the biggest yet ... and the loudest! abc-7's darren hunt said he could hear the music from his home. and he lives in the cielo vista area! tonight, darren is live ... ... with what he's learned about the window rattling music fest. darren? rick, they say if it's too loud, you're too old ... well, it's official, i'm apparently too old. the music was so loud from this year's festival, it shook the windows of our home, six miles away from ascarate! and i wasn't only one who was complaing: "you could hear it all the wa over here, you felt it ... " angelica urbina lives off edgemere, near burges high school ... five miles from ascarate. she said the pounding from the sun city music fest was so loud, her husband, who had to go to work at 5 a-m, couldn't sleep. "we started hearing it probably since like 10 o'clock until about 2 in the morning then we finally got some shut eye, my husband was not very happy, but ... i feel bad for the ascarate park neighborhood people." "what was it like?" "it was loud ... " dolor flores lives off delta, across from ascarate park. "i thought it was thundering .. i asked my husband, is it going to start raining and then he goes, no, i think its the music from ascarate park." "do you think its too loud? "i think so, i mean, if you could hear it." "this is the main stage here at the sun city music festival, which is still being brought down ... the festival was bigger than ever this year, attracting 25- thousand on both saturday and sunday nights ... tickets were sold reportedly to people from 48 states and 13 different countries." "i'm sure that festival i itself is a huge investment for the city to bring in money, so its not something we want to discourage, maybe the location could be different." county judge veronica escobar told abc-7: "i've brought concerns about the decibel level and how late it went to our administration. we need to balance the community's support for the festival with the concerns over noise in our neighborhoods." "they say if its too loud you'r too old ... " "i don't consider myself too ol ... i can still party and stuff, but still you've got to have respect for other people." festival organizers emailed us, saying the sound levels were under the legal limits ... but they will work with the community to reduce the impact on festival organizers emailed us, saying the sound levels were under the legal limits ... but they will work with the community to reduce the impact on neighborhoods. in addition to complaints from ascarate and edgemere areas ... we also heard from residents in the eastwood and album areas. rick. the city of socorro could have a new city representative by representative by the end of the weekend.