ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - This year's Albuquerque Summerfest took place in the Northeast Heights Saturday night.
The festival goers enjoyed food, games and had some great music to listen to.
Kids were not left out of the fun; an art market was set up especially for them.
And despite the hot weather, everyone KRQE News 13 talked to was excited to spend the evening outdoors.
"Oh it's awesome," Liz Quan said. "I think it's a great turnout. This is the first time they've ever had it so we're really excited."
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