Nashville, TN - A Nashville family says they are torn between visiting the Wilson Country Fair or the Tennessee State Fair this weekend.
Husband and father of two Eric Matthews told reporters his house is evenly split on which one they should attend, and money is too tight to visit both.
"I wish there were a way we could magically do both," said Matthews. "Hey, a dad can dream, right?"
The Matthews family is not alone. A recent survey found that nearly 63% of Middle Tennessee families are unsure which of the two fairs they will attend over the next week.
One mother we spoke to said, "We just can't decide. We've held a vote, flipped a coin, rolled some dice. We may have to break down and go to both."
The Wilson Country Fair runs from August 12 to August 21, while the Tennessee State Fair only runs from August 12 to August 21.
Both are $12 for adults, $6 for children ages 6-12.
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