International City Festival Hits Warner Robins | News
The Second International City Fall Festival brought more than 5,000 people to commercial circle in downtown Warner Robins.
There were arts and crafts and games for the kids, but the main attraction was food and music from local vendors.
"The first thing I look for are the food vendors," Charlie Brown said.
More than 70 vendors were on site selling homemade and unique items like jewelry, clothes, pottery, art work, and much more.
"I love to come out here to see all the artwork and all the jewelry and stuff they have," said Beverly Session.
"I really enjoy these smaller festivals. It's easier to shop in and I like the home atmosphere," Joy Bryant said.
"It's a chance to get out of the house and socialize with people," Charlie Brown said.
The event also had arts and crafts and a bouncy playground for the family.
The city hopes the festival will attract new business and new customers.
Many festival goers say they would like to see more restaurants and shops in commercial circle.
The money raised from booth rentals and sponsors from the festival will go to improve Commercial circle.