FARGO, N.D. (Valley News Live) -- Saturday marked the last day of the 44th Annual Downtown Fargo Street Fair.
Two hundred fifty vendors lined the streets of downtown Fargo for three days. They were able to sell arts, food or even perform in the streets.
The fair says nearly 120,000 people came to enjoy the activities.
It was also the second year that alcohol was allowed in the streets, but they say it was, yet again, another success.
"We learn every year to tweak and what to improve and what's needed and needs to be improved and that's whats we do. When you work with all these people you know you just have to be liquid and transparent," said President and CEO of Downtown Community Partnership Melissa Rademacher.
She says she's already excited for next years fair.