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(GALLERY) Car show, art, food and music as NIC Fest continues

John Kirlin and the High Plains Drifters perform at NIC Fest Day Two. (Sara Sammons/Oil City News)

CASPER, Wyo. — NIC Fest had its second day Saturday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Day two included more Family Fun Zone activities, the Art on Wheels car show, a new slate of live performances, and much more.

The Art on Wheels car show consisted of several hand-selected vintage cars, parked along Kimball Street and displayed for attendees.

Live musical performances lasted from noon to 7 p.m., and included the groups Mastermind of Monkey, Sugar Britches, John Kirlin and the High Plains Drifters, Patti Fiasco, Jason Baxter and headliner Jason Michael Carroll.

The Artists’ Alleys, inside the Nicolaysen Art Museum and in a massive outdoor tent, continued, allowing local artists to display and sell their work.

Muralists Conor Mullen, Kim Breed, Jessie Bell and Chris “Rugie” Ruegsegger also continued their pieces at various spots around the building.

Sunday is the third and final day of NIC Fest, which will take place from 10 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. Food, art and commercial vendors will return, as will Family Fun Zone activities including a performance by Magician Daniel Quintana.

Muralists and live music will also continue. For a full schedule of events and performers, visit NIC Fest’s website or Facebook page!

Attendees check out the Art on Wheels car show. (Sara Sammons/Oil City News)
A fan rocks out to Sugar Britches’ set. (Sara Sammons/Oil City News)
Kim Breed continues work on her mural. (Sara Sammons/Oil City News)
Kermit takes the wheel of Jesse and Laura Henderson’s bright green 1970 Dodge Charger. (Sara Sammons/Oil City News)
Artist’s Alley continues inside the Nicolaysen Art Museum. (Sara Sammons/Oil City News)
Casperites gather in the shade to enjoy the treats and live music. (Sara Sammons/Oil City News)
Jessie Bell works on her mural. (Sara Sammons/Oil City News)
Taylor poses in the shade of her umbrella during John Kirlin and the High Plains Drifters’ performance. (Sara Sammons/Oil City News)
Catherine Johnson Morris continues work on her sandcastle. (Sara Sammons/Oil City News)
John Kirlin and the High Plains Drifters perform onstage. (Sara Sammons/Oil City News)