With the exception of one intoxicated person who was taken into protective custody, police made no arrests and reported no serious incidents during the three-day Beach Road Weekend festival that ended Sunday night.

“We were quite pleased with the outcome,” Tisbury police chief Christopher Habekost told the Gazette Monday afternoon.

“Overall, I think it went quite well,” he said. “We’re happy now that they’re finished and they can start cleaning up.”

The park remains closed through August 31, with Sept. 1 as a rain date, while the stages and festival infrastructure are removed and the fields are restored.

Chief Habekost said between 20 and 30 noise complaints came in to the police station hot line set up for the weekend. All calls were logged and forwarded to the festival response team, he said.

Most of the sound complaints to police came from the vicinity of Veterans Memorial Park, where the music festival took place, but there were also calls from as far away as the Franklin street neighborhood, Chief Habekost said.

Festival organizers also took complaints directly via an internet form, but have not reported how many they received.

Traffic, parking, recycling and communication systems also went “flawlessly” over the weekend, Tisbury town administrator Jay Grande said.

“[It] appears that the measures put in place ... worked as intended,” Mr. Grande told the Gazette.