Good music, great wine, and a whole lot of art, Rapid City's Main Street Square had all three this weekend.
The Second Annual Art and Wine Festival lasted two days, featuring wine tasting-where people could sample more than 50 wines from different regions.
"Bringing in some different wines from all over the world rather than just south Dakota," said wine distributor Gary Lepp. "The South Dakota wines are amazing to have and it's nice to have the variety that we show."
There were also more than 50 art vendors from local artists.
It all transpired while local musicians performed on Main Street Square's Main stage, and in the beginning days of summer the weather could not have been more appropriate.
"I was expecting a rainy day and it's a beautiful summer say so it's been great," said artist Sally Barlow.
Last year, the festival was one of the biggest hits at Main Street Square and this year was only bigger.