Returning to Binghamton for its 12th year Sunday was the Annual "Blues on the Bridge."
Hundreds of people from all over the Southern Tier attended the event. It was free to the public and featured over 13 bands, 200 musicians and 100 venders. People who attended "Blues on the Bridge" say it does great things for the city of Binghamton.
"It adds culture. It gives Binghamton meaning and it gives us a new purpose. It's kind of like adding a First Friday to the city," Leonard Hilldale said.
The Boogiemen, The Parlor Cats and The Brian Wolf Band were just some of the groups that played during blues on the bridge Sunday.
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