Frisco Fest

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Frisco Fest

Blinded by the assortment of lights, Lauren Patrick, 12, and Aidan Dunn, 12 enjoy the roar of the music and point out the crazy choices of foods being sold.

Blinded by the assortment of lights, Lauren Patrick, 12, and Aidan Dunn, 12 enjoy the roar of the music and point out the crazy choices of foods being sold.

Bethany Arnold

Blinded by the assortment of lights, Lauren Patrick, 12, and Aidan Dunn, 12 enjoy the roar of the music and point out the crazy choices of foods being sold.

Bethany Arnold

Bethany Arnold

Blinded by the assortment of lights, Lauren Patrick, 12, and Aidan Dunn, 12 enjoy the roar of the music and point out the crazy choices of foods being sold.


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Bethany Arnold
Blinded by the assortment of lights, Lauren Patrick, 12, and Aidan Dunn, 12 enjoy the roar of the music and point out the crazy choices of foods being sold.

Bethany Arnold
Jackie Jimenez, 12, and Kelly Perez, 12, look at the signs describing various foods for sale at the fest. Everything was included from fried to fresh food, making it difficult for them to choose which one to get, which Jimenez found humorous.

Bethany Arnold
Before enjoying a bubble tea at the Anime cafe, Amanda Aboytes, 12, walks down an empty street contrasting the bustle of the fest going on behind her. She enjoys the last seconds of the sunset before walking back into the chaos.

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