At least two people are dead and multiple people are injured after a shooting at a Juneteenth festival Saturday in Texas.

Round Rock Police said they received a call about a shooting at the festival at Old Settler’s Park just before 11 p.m. Saturday night. Officers were already working the event which had been promoted by the city of Round Rock and immediately began rendering aid to multiple victims.

Police confirmed two people died but said they would not give specific numbers on injuries at this point in the investigation. The two people deceased have not yet been identified.

Austin-Travis County EMS reported transporting six people with injuries from the scene to area hospitals, including two children.

Police said they are searching for suspects. None are in custody. The FBI and Texas DPS are assisting in the investigation.

Round Rock Police Chief Allen Banks called the shooting a senseless tragedy.

It breaks your heart for a family that was coming out to enjoy their evening,” Banks said.

He thanked responding officers and firefighters and said “I have no doubt their action saved lives tonight.”

The Juneteenth festival concert was billed as a free family event, scheduled from 5 p.m. until midnight. Performers at the concert included DJ Hella Yella and Paul Wall who wrote on X, formerly known as Twitter, “Round Rock, we are praying for everybody.”

Police said the shooting happened near vendor stands, not the stage area. RRPD is asking anyone who witnessed the shooting or who has video of the shooting to contact them at (512) 218-5500.