MINNEAPOLIS - The Stone Arch Bridge Festival was all about dads on Sunday.

Fathers from across Minnesota were treated to free art and music at the festival, which takes place along the Minneapolis riverfront and features more than 200 artists, family activities, and live music on three stages.

The festival ran all weekend, but Sunday's activities were focused on traditional "dad" interests, with an antique car show and beer sampling.

"A lot of guys in ties," said Festival Producer Matt Mithun." A lot of people carrying babies, or with little baby carriages. It was fun."

It was the 23rd year of the festival, a summer tradition in Minneapolis.

This year's performers included Erik Koskinen, Jackson and the Roosters, and Peter Wolf Crier.