"Celebrate the Moments!". It`s the National Peanut Festival`s theme this year. President Wayne Palmer says it was chosen because it is the 60th anniversary of the festival and it "brings together all the memories we have had over the years". Members of the National Peanut Festival made an announcement Wednesday and gave all the details about the entertainment, activities and events that you can expect to see this year. "Phil Vassar", "Blake Shelton" and ".38 Special" are just a few of the big names who will be participating in the festival. Every year the National Peanut Festival has a "Grand Marshall" and this year they have quite a few. They made all the living, past presidents Grand Marshall`s. Palmer says they have played such an important part in making the Peanut Festival what it is today. The festival begins October 31st-November 8th. Adult tickets are $7 and kids five and under get in free. WDHN News 18 will keep you up to date on all the events that will take place. JANA JACOBS-REPORTER WDHN
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