Wetumpka's 13th Annual Crater Fest

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By Alabama News Network

The city of Wetumpka held its 13th annual crater fest today.

It's a full day of music, arts, and food with events for children like train rides and moon bounces.

The event is free and is used to raise awareness of the impact crater east of downtown Wetumpka, which has driving tours all day today.

Event organizers say its a great way to bring visitors to Wetumpka.

The event goes on until 9 P.M with drake fire playing at 7 P.M and Chris Stapleton playing at 8.

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