There was a lot to look at as PVDFest 2022 got started on Friday, June 10. Globe Rhode Island reporters were on the ground, soaking up the sights and sounds. Here’s a look at what things were like.
By Saturday, June 11, the festivities were well underway, with local artist AGONZA taking the stage at noon to paint a canvas for Globe Rhode Island (a creative sponsor of this year’s festival).
Dancer, drummers, and musicians filled the streets to perform for the crowds.
Artists were out in full force.
Good vibes only, thank you very much.
And there were plenty of musical performances to tune into. If you were lucky, you may have caught a local (media) celebrity on the Snow Street stage.
This article has been updated with additional photos and videos from PVD Fest 2022.
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