Police: No significant incidents at Mifflin Street Block Party, Revelry Fest

2015 Revelry Arts and Music Festival

There were no significant incidents or arrests at Mifflin Street Block Party or Revelry Fest Saturday afternoon, officials said.

Madison police said the Mifflin Street Block party in the 500 and 600 blocks of West Mifflin Street Saturday “went well overall.”

Attendees stayed out of the street for the most part and no major incidents were reported, officials said. Two Madison police officers suffered minor injuries during an arrest.

According to a release, very few physical arrests were made, and officers issued about 40 citations.

Almost 7,000 tickets were sold to Revelry Arts and Music Festival on Library Mall, and police said there were also no major incidents at that event.

University of Wisconsin police said they issued three citations for underage drinking and one for possession of drug paraphernalia.

According to a release, six people were transported to detox for over-consumption of alcohol and emergency crews responded to three other medical calls.

UW police assisted with 17 calls for service associated with Revelry Fest with no criminal arrests, officials said.