Garth Brooks made Mid-State Fair history when he sold out two shows in less than a day. And his Mid-State Fair concerts Thursday helped set another record, too.
About 10 40-yard bins of trash was hauled away after Thursday’s festivities — the largest trash haul in the history of the fair, according to Tom Keffury, who handles sponsorship and publicity for the fair.
All that trash had to come from somewhere.
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Fans consumed 411 kegs of beer — about 26 percent more than the 326 kegs consumed at Blake Shelton’s sold-out concert last year — and bought 140 percent more food than they did on the same day last year, Keffury said.