Rochester, N.Y. - The crowd dropped two blocks back from the stage at East Ave. and Alexander St.
Police estimate 45,000 to 50,000 people turned out to watch Trombone Shorty perform Saturday night.
"Outside of the New Orleans jazz festival, Rochester is the only one we come back to every year," Shorty said. "Rochester is like our second home."
The concert, along with Gov't Mule at the Chestnut Street stage, provided an exclamation point to a tremendously successful Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival.
Organizers estimate 187,000 people turned out over the course of the nine-day festival, topping last year by 5,000.