An estimated 30,000 people jammed downtown Binghamton on Friday night to take-in the city's second annual LUMA event.  People of all ages turned out on a beautiful night to enjoy the show.

Projected images and video were shown on four major buildings in the downtown area. Speakers were positioned all around the buildings so those in attendance could hear and feel the sound.

LUMA started at dusk and continued until midnight. Some of the organizers thought the crowd far surpassed last year's inaugural season.   The weather was ideal with no rain from start to finish.

WNBF News/Roger Neel Photo
WNBF News/Roger Neel Photo


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