Tourists made their way to Wichita Falls today, all to enjoy the festivities Hotter'N Hell has to offer.
Many loaded up on carbs at the 29th annual spaghetti dinner.
From 5:30 until 9pm the dinner fed 3,000 to 4,000 people.
And for $8 a plate those who came enjoyed spaghetti, breadsticks, salad, a nice cold drink and a cookie.
All this in thanks to the North Texas Restaurant Association.
"We're so thrilled about this years event and ready for next year. Last year was the year they moved it over to the coliseum and it's working out well," said Rick Hatcher with the spaghetti dinner.
Proceeds from the event will go to Interfaith Ministries.
Although the dinner is over there will still be plenty to do tomorrow.
Aside from the race the consumer show, which feature more than 100 vendors will be open at the MPEC from 9 am until 3.