MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — For the second time this year, the Minnesota State Fair has broken a record for daily attendance.

According to recently released figures, 252,092 entered the gates at the fair on Saturday, which breaks the previous record for the 10th day. That also marks a significant increase from last year’s 196,200 from the second Saturday.

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Not only that, but according to the State Fair’s figures, that also marks the new attendance record for any single day in State Fair history.

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That marks the second time the daily record has been broken at the 2014 State Fair. Tuesday’s 133,595 broke the Day 6 record.

The fair is well on pace to break the yearly record, as well. With two days to go, 1,467,941 have visited the fair in 2014.

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Only 322,557 would need to attend the fair on Sunday and Monday to break the yearly attendance record of 1,790,497, which was achieved in 2009.