Rochester, N.Y. - Thousands of people were downtown Saturday, for the biggest night of the fringe festival.
If one thing defines this event, it's its variety.
There was quite a list of things to do, including plays, dance, and music -- many forms of performance art. The headliner of the Fringe Festival, comedian Patton Oswalt, performed at the Kodak Theater - filling the room with laughter. Bill Evans Dance performed on Gibbs Street, showcasing tap and modern tango.
A huge crowd was on hand earlier in the day, to watch Bandaloop perform for the second time during Fringe Fest. The world-renowned aerial dance group danced down the side of the HSBC Plaza for amazed onlookers.
“I really didn't know what to expect; it was a unique experience,” said Dave Rice, when asked about Fringe Fest. “It was definitely a one of a kind festival. Out of all the festivals we have here in Rochester, it was a unique one.”
There's one more day of fringe festival. Events run until 9:00 p.m. Sunday.