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Buskerfest Pyrotechniq

Chicago street performers Pyrotechniq thrilled the crowd at Buskerfest 2013 on June 29 in Fort Wayne, Ind.

Buskerfest 2013 part 1

Break dancers, belly dancers, street performers and The Dumpster Drummers were just a few of the acts who entertained the crowd at Buskerfest in Fort Wayne on June 29, 2013. Journal Gazette video by Chad Ryan.

Pyrotechniq performs at Buskerfest

Photo by Chad Ryan/The Journal Gazette
Kyle Ford of the Chicago-based theatrical fire performance group Pyrotechniq spins fire for the crowd at the 2013 Buskerfest last Saturday at the intersection of Wayne and Calhoun streets. To see two videos from Buskerfest by Journal Gazette photographer Chad Ryan, go to

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