RACINE – As a relative newcomer to Racine was heard to comment at Party on the Pavement Saturday afternoon, “Gee, Racine doesn’t need an excuse to party!”
Downtown Racine’s 19th Party on the Pavement was living proof of that.
For roughly seven hours on Saturday, the city’s Downtown area became a movable feast of sights and sounds. Within a few blocks, one could shop, eat, drink and listen to live music ranging from acoustic to jazz to Tejano to hip-hop to rock.
Visitors (there were upwards of 10,000 to 15,000 of them) could try square dancing, shoot baskets, play a game of bags, watch a dance exhibition, thrill to BMX bike stunts, cheer on professional rasslers, try square dancing or get a COVID-19 vaccine.
Here’s a sampling of Party on the Pavement 2022:
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