“It was really nice,” Underhill said. “There were lots of great vendors and entertainers.”
Cadiz City Clerk Lisa Rogers said it’s the largest crowd she’s seen since the City of Cadiz took over organization of the event years ago.
This year, the festival ended on Renaissance Stage with a concert by Sammy Kershaw – the headliner this year. He performed at 7 p.m. on Saturday. Afterwards, there was the traditional fireworks show at West Cadiz Park.
Trigg County Judge Executive Hollis Alexander, one of the ham contest judges, said the weather was beautiful throughout the entire festival, and added that a “record number” of people showed up for Kershaw’s concert.
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