PERRY, Ga. — If you haven’t been to the Georgia National Fair yet this year, you’ve got one last day to do it.
You can catch a live performance from Rumba Latina. Plus, there are animals, magic shows, and exhibits on top of the rides and all the food.
It costs $15 for most people to get into the gates and the fair opens at 10 a.m.
Even as the event comes to a close, hundreds lined up outside the fair for the last days of fun.
“We always come every year, and since it was canceled last year due to the pandemic, I knew it would be a great time and it's our son's first time coming down here,” said fairgoer Patrick Wilson.
Everything wraps up Sunday night with fireworks at 10 p.m.