Even in the pouring rain the In The Street festival was a big hit.
The Urbana Dance and Performing Arts Studio put on a heck of a show dancing in the rain!
The YouTube video below is available in 4k UHD
Video time stamp index:
00:38 Clustered Spires Chorus followed by the Frederick Catoctones barbershop quartet
04:35 GAC Services cooling - heat and electric services
04:45 Frederick School of Cosmetology
05:25 Amica Insurance business - home - life
05:45 Right To Life
06:03 Wheel Base cycle store
06:38 Volt Restaurant
07:54 Sabor de Cuba
08:49 Sumittra Thai Cuisine
09:16 Voila Special Teas and Other Goodness
09:32 Whitney Bingham - The Muse
10:03 Duet With Music
10:27 Act Two Theater Company - Erin Gilbert - Frederick Live Theater
13:23 Frederick Foot and Ankle
13:49 McClintock Distilling Distillery Frederick with Celebrate Frederick event co-chairs
Note: For best quality click on the HD option in the bottom right of the facebook video below after it starts playing:
In The Street 2015
[watch in HD for best quality] Even in the pouring rain the In The Street festival was a big hit. The Urbana Dance and Performing Arts Studio put on a heck of a show!
Craig Shipp on Saturday, September 12, 2015
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