The Jack-O-Lantern Jubilee is back for its 33rd year and it definitely draws a crowd.
A good 20,000 people are expected to check out the concerts, rides, and activities this weekend.
Historically, the jubilee has been a one-day festival, though it has really taken off in the last few years, with the majority of the $140,000 budget coming from sponsors and vendors.
Music has become a major attraction, and the Charlie Daniels Band is primed to fill the air with country vibes Friday.
Saturday, the concerts will take a funkier turn with Robert Randolph and the Family Band.
The group will be joined by nearly 150 vendors showing off clothing, art, and a lot of food.
As far as traffic goes, be aware that a stretch of Georgia Avenue will be blocked off from Clifton to Jackson Avenue.
The jubilee starts in North Augusta Friday, October 27, from 5:30-10pm, and continues Saturday from 10-10pm.
Admission is free.
Copyright 2017 WFXG. All rights reserved.