LaBelle, Florida's Largest Event Brings In Record Crowds
LABELLE, FL. -- The annual Swamp Cabbage Festival Parade kicked off with dozens on floats, marching bands and community groups marching up Bridge Street Saturday morning.
The largest fair and festival in Hendry County celebrates Florida's State tree, the Cabbage Palm. Upwards of 20,000 people are expected in the city of LaBelle this weekend for music, food, crafts, and amusement rides at the Barron Park along the Caloosahatchee River.
The festival also host dozens of Classic Cars at a show each year on Fort Thompson Street in downtown LaBelle.
(Videos: Festival Parade and Classic Car Show)