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Dancin' in the Street 2013

Nathan Fryback, Sean Conklin, Stephanie Fryback
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The crowd began to pour in during the early afternoon.
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Though many tried, few succeeded in ringing the bell.
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Father and son do battle in the street.
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People continued making their way in
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Local band Fish Out of Water doing what they do best
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Art by Flores
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Matt Lazar Photography
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A snapshot of one of Matt Lazar's photographs
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Artist Ray Brilli doing on-scene oil painting
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Young and local talent State of Mind
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State of Mind performing "Thats What You Get" by Paramore
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Brian Garnard Art showcase
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Local musicians Permisson during their set
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The sun began setting but did not take any of the energy away
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The evening crowd still made thier presence known
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Two friends prepare for their brawl
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The DJ kept the crowd energized as Bay Street finished setting up for their set.
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A shot of the main traffic lane of people
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Bay Street amped the crowd with their up beat jazz ryhthm.
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The band Bay Street, started by John Miller, contined getting the crowd into the groove.
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Jacob Rusnak, Amanda Rubens, Keri Palmer, Samanthia Emmons, unidentifed photo crasher
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The 27th Annual Dancin' in the Street May 18 in Neptune Beach brought out thousands throughout the day. Beautiful weather was the backdrop as music flowed through the streets, and vendors showcased their different talents. As the sun went down, energy remained at a high level, even with a slight rainfall toward the end that did not dampen the mood or the music.

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