Attendance at the New York State Fair has hit a new record for the fourth year in a row.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Monday that at least 1.33 million people came to the fair during its 13-day run. He spoke several hours before the fair ended, so the numbers could rise further.
Attendance last year was a bit under 1.28 million.
The numbers are totals for the fair’s 13-day run in the town of Geddes, near Syracuse.
This year’s fair also broke three records for attendance on a single day.
The Democratic governor’s office noted that this year’s fair featured more free entertainment, including a new show focusing on bears and another featuring a tall robot. Meanwhile, the fair’s Latin culture festival was expanded.
The fair ends Monday night.