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March 14, 2008

Valdosta - The Azaleas are in bloom in Valdosta as the city gears up for one of it's biggest annual events.

 The 8th Annual Azalea festival begins tomorrow in Drexel Park.

Organizers say they are expecting over 30,000 people and over 130 vendor this year.

They say they'll have food, entertainment and activities for people of all ages.

"This is the place to be. Tomorrow is going to be sunny and we are gong to have lots of people here, lots of food, constant music and entertainment and you are welcome to come celebrate South Georgia with us," says Joanne Griner, a festival organizer.

The Azalea Festival begins tomorrow morning at 10:00 AM through Sunday at 5:00 PM.

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