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James Griffin, 10, of Jamesport rides the mechanical bull.
James Griffin, 10, of Jamesport rides the mechanical bull. (Credit: Katharine Shroeder photos)

Country Fest LI 2014 is rocking the 4-H Camp in Riverhead this weekend with live country music, local vendors, crafts, monster truck rides, food, dancing and more.

The two-day, family-friendly event continues tomorrow. Tickets are $10 and are available at the door.

Check out our photos of the event below.

Sophie DePierro, 8, and brother Leo, 6, of Westhampton Beach.
Sophie DePierro, 8, and brother Leo, 6, of Westhampton Beach.
Dozens of vendors sold everything from jewelry to carnivorous plants.
Dozens of vendors sold everything from jewelry to carnivorous plants.
Vendor stalls.
Vendor stalls.
The Long Island Aquarium brought along some exotic insects, including this Peruvian stick insect.
The Long Island Aquarium brought along some exotic insects, including this Peruvian stick insect.
Connor Colontonio, 9, of East Northport creates his own candle.
Connor Colontonio, 9, of East Northport creates his own candle.
Kayla Grochow, 4, of Melville, creates a sand sculpture with help from dad David.
Kayla Grochow, 4, of Melville, creates a sand sculpture with help from dad David.

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A carnival ride at Country Fest.
A carnival ride at Country Fest.
The most popular choice of footwear for Country Fest.
The most popular choice of footwear for Country Fest.
Monster truck rides through the farm fields.
Monster truck rides through the farm fields.
Enjoying the music.
Enjoying the music.
Singer/songwriter Jillian Rae.
Singer/songwriter Jillian Rae.
Five-year-old Kadence Pelletier and sister Lila, 1, of West Islip enjoy the music.
Five-year-old Kadence Pelletier and sister Lila, 1, of West Islip enjoy the music.
 Crowds in front of the bandstand.
Crowds in front of the bandstand.
 Emma Simon, 7, of Port Jefferson, takes a ride on a pony.
Emma Simon, 7, of Port Jefferson, takes a ride on a pony.hoto
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