Plymouth, Ind. Half a million people are expected to flock to Plymouth this weekend for a highly-anticipated and delicious event.
The forty-seventh annual Marshall County Blueberry Festival kicked off on Friday night at Centennial Park.
It draws families from across the region every year. Some come to enjoy the entertainment and shopping, while others just stop by to eat.
Of course, the most popular menu item is the freshly-baked blueberry donuts.
And at 9 p.m. on Friday, country artist Jake Owen will take the stage to perform his biggest hits for the crowd.
Admission is free but you will have to pay for parking. For a map and schedule of events, click on the Big Red Bar.
The event runs through Monday night.