Will weather impact the final day of the Welcome to Rockville festival in Daytona Beach?

The Welcome to Rockville festival got off to a wet and rocky start in Daytona Beach over the weekend.

The festival was set to take place Thursday, May 19 through Sunday, May 22, at the Daytona International Speedway, but several performances were canceled Friday and Saturday due to severe weather. 

During the day Friday, performances were temporarily paused and fans moved to shelter as weather passed through. Ultimately, the festival was canceled late Friday because of inclement weather conditions.

The bands that were not able to perform on Friday included KORN, Megadeth (due to travel issues), Breaking Benjamin, Underoath, Skillet and We Came As Romans, a spokesperson said.

On Saturday, conditions cleared enough for the show to go on, with music beginning at 12:45 p.m. but shortly before 10 p.m., the festival was canceled for the remainder of the night because of weather. The bands Guns N’ Roses, Dirty Honey, Sick Of It All, Alexisonfire, were unable to perform due to the cancellations, a spokesperson said. 

"Since bands are on tour, they are unable to perform on a different date during the weekend," a spokesperson said in a statement to FOX 35 News. 

The FOX 35 Storm Team is tracking another round of rain and storms Sunday. Between 4-10 p.m., storms will arrive in our central and northern counties. Heavy rain, wind gusts, small hail and lightning are expected.

FOX 35 News will update this article if the festival announces any cancellations Sunday. 

Under the frequently asked questions section on Welcome to Rockville's website, it states, "No refunds or exchanges will be given as a result of weather conditions; and no refunds or exchanges will be given for inclement or severe weather that necessitates an evacuation, delay or cancellation in part or whole of the event." 

"Refunds are not being issued since the festival is a "rain or shine" event," a spokesperson told FOX 35 News on Saturday. "However, Friday ticket purchasers were emailed additional information."