Sights from Opening Day of the Got to Be N.C. Festival

By on May 16, 2014

The Got to be N.C. Festival opened today at the State Fairgrounds in Raleigh. Here are a few photos from opening day:

Commissioner Troxler riding a Farmall tractor in the tractor parade.

Commissioner Troxler driving a Farmall in the tractor parade.

The Breanna Williams, North Carolina's watermelon queen riding in the Got to be N.C. big cart in the tractor parade.

Breanna Williams, North Carolina’s watermelon queen, riding in the Got to be N.C. Big Cart in the tractor parade.

Baby ducks at the Quack- n-Slide in Agri-Plaza.

Baby ducks at the Quack-N-Slide in Agri-Plaza.

Kidz Corral at the Agri-Plaza

Hands-on fun in the Kidz Corral at the Agri-Plaza

Baby chicks are hatching in the Agri-Plaza.

Baby chicks are hatching in the Agri-Plaza.

Pony rides are $5 each.

Pony rides are $5 each.

Rides and games are on the midway.

Rides and games are on the midway.

Sample wine from 11 different North Carolina wineries from the Got to be N.C. Food, Wine and Beer Expo in the Exposition Center.

Sample wine from 11 North Carolina wineries at the Got to be N.C. Food, Wine and Beer Expo in the Exposition Center.

Sample and buy N.C. products from more than eighty vendors in Got to be N.C. Food, Wine and Beer Expo.

Sample and buy N.C. products from more than 80 vendors in Got to be N.C. Food, Wine and Beer Expo.

The Got to Be N.C. Festival is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Gate admission is free. The N.C. Food, Wine and Beer Expo is $2 and includes a coupon sheet valued at more than $24.

 

 

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