MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT)- The ‘Pinkest Party on Earth’ starts Friday, and event specialists are almost finished setting everything up.
From fountains turned pink to cherry blossoms painted on the roads, final preparations are underway for the Cherry Blossom Festival.
James Graybeal, the Road Manager for Drew Exposition, says they are ahead of schedule when it comes to getting the rides ready.
At Central City Park, vendors, staff, and volunteers are working tirelessly to get everything set up.
Brian Gillette, the owner of Gillettes Pizza, has gone to the festival for 20 years. He arrived last Saturday to start setting up.
The Cherry Blossom Festival has a new double Ferris Wheel organizers are excited to introduce to the public.
The festival starts Friday.
Head to CherryBlossom.com for a full list of events.