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Don't miss the biggest event in the Town of Clayton, September 12-16!
Look how much fun we had last year! 

Together, the Town of Clayton and the Clayton Chamber of Commerce will host 5 days of fun from September 12-16, 2018 at the Clayton Harvest Festival brought to you by Sheetz. Approximately 30,000 people fill Downtown Clayton for this annual weekend of fun for the entire family!

The festival incorporates events such as carnival rides, games, the Squealin’ on the Square BBQ competition and People's Choice, the return of the Clayton Idol singing competition, Johnston County's largest vendor fair, a classic car show, concerts, school band performances, a family movie night, a kid’s hot dog creation contest, and the second annual Latin American Festival. New this year is the Clayton Harvest Festival Military Crossroads on Saturday as well!

Click here for the 2018 Clayton Harvest Festival schedule and much more information. Or download The Clayton Connect app from your smart device available in the App Store and Google Play. Just look for Clayton Harvest Festival guidebook and you can get notifications so you don't miss a thing! 

For any questions about the Clayton Harvest and Music Festival, contact the Clayton Chamber of Commerce by email, call 919-553-6352 or follow their Facebook page and Facebook event page

 

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