Folks filled the city of Manchester Friday for the 20th Annual Clay County Days.
Vendors lined the streets selling food, shaved ice, t-shirts, and much more. The festival started Thursday night with a parade and will feature confederate railroad Saturday night.
Event organizers say they are excited they could bring all of this to downtown Manchester.
"This is really the big event for Manchester, and this is our 20th year. We have been really fortunate to bring it back to downtown this year," said Jamey Mills, Entertainment Chairman.
Clay County Days will end Saturday night after the concert.