On Sunday, volunteers cleared the stage that collapsed at the Cleveland County Fairgrounds during Saturday's storms.
A band scheduled to have a concert was doing a sound check when it happened.
Eyewitness News was there on Sunday as crews dismantled the stage.
On Sunday afternoon, members of the Oak Grove Volunteer Fire Department got to work. Piece by piece they lent a hand helping organizers take apart the damaged stage.
The show did not go on at the Cleveland County Fairgrounds after a powerful windstorm ripped through a portion of the main stage just hours before a gospel musical group was set to perform. More than 10,000 people were expected to pack the fairgrounds Saturday night for a concert sponsored by the American Legion featuring the group Mercy Me.
An hour before the gates opened organizers said a strong gust of wind pulled back the canopy covering this stage while dozens of crew members were standing there.
The severe wind slapped the canopy against the light pole destroying the stage and forcing organizers to cancel the concert.
Tom Crawford felt the intense wind gusts from his home -- more than a mile away.
"I mean, you could hear it, the trees were bending over. I just figured it was a normal afternoon thunderstorm," said Crawford.