Crowds flock to Cathedral Village Arts Festival's street fair

The Cathedral Village Arts Festival turned the 13th Avenue area into a bustling centre of action for the 2015 street fair.

13th Avenue was vibrant and jam-packed with people Saturday

The Cathedral Village Arts Festival's 2015 street fair was a huge hit in Regina on Saturday.

The event transformed the area along 13th Avenue between Angus Street and Montague Street into a bustling centre of action.

Food trucks, live performers and merchandise booths lined the roadway as people of all ages to enjoyed the warm weather and friendly neighbourhood atmosphere.

In addition to the attractions on 13th Avenue, parts of Retallack Street, Robinson Street and Garnet Street were also closed off to traffic for the event.

The annual festival kicked off on Monday and wrapped up Saturday night.


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