During a short downpour, Peace Park turned into a mud pit. Festivalgoers congregated under building awnings and in open business doorways. Some people outside the Roots ’N Blues Village carried umbrellas and ponchos while others used their intuitive fashion sense and created rain slickers out of garbage bags. When the rain stopped, the party continued.
Festival goers, police, performers all offer points of view at Roots ’N Blues
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