TIPPECANOE COUNTY, Ind. (WLFI) - The Feast of the Hunters' Moon is just over a month away and organizers hope to build off last year's high attendance.
Over 40,000 people attended the Feast last year, which isn't a record, but is higher than recent years.
Executive Director of the Tippecanoe County Historical Association Kathy Atwell said this year they have a waiting list for vendors.
Atwell hopes that will help bring people out.
"It attracts people, brings them back," Atwell said. "Sometimes, it's like 'Oh, I've come, it's all the same.' Well, no. We've have a little bit different configuration on the grounds, we have some new acts and some different vendors."
Atwell said the Feast is the same weekend as Fall Break for Purdue.
"We may lose students who have opted to go home," said Atwell. "We'll probably get more international students because, they don't go home, and they're looking for things to do."
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