Patchogue hosted its second Alive After Five of the summer Thursday evening to a jam-packed crowd.
Thousands ate, drank and enjoyed live entertainment along Main Street and South Ocean Avenue.
That ’90s Band, who performed at the west end of the festival, and a troupe of dancers who performed to a backdrop of two classic cars parked in front of The Cuban, drew the largest and must excited crowds of the evening.
Meanwhile, artists painted children’s faces and carnival performers juggled and walked on stilts.
Those who missed the first two Alive After Fives of the season need not worry. Two more are scheduled for Aug. 11 and 25, both Thursdays.
GreaterPatchogue walked amongst the herd Thursday evening to capture the scene. Please scroll down and click the numbered boxes below to view all the festivities.