StreetFest returned bigger, badder and better than ever Friday night as the Sun City turned out in force to rock downtown El Paso. Check out pictures from Day One of the fun!

Halestorm and Rob Zombie were punctuated by TFCU's amazing fireworks display, lighting up the nighttime skies for a dazzling 20 minutes.

Zombie's performance was interrupted briefly when the motion of the large crowd near the front of the stage actually pulled out cables and cut the audio feed. The metal musician and his bandmates hung out for a bit while technicians plugged everything back in, sitting on the edge of the stage and even shaking hands with fans and spraying them with water before resuming the show.

Now, THAT'S rock-and-roll!

But StreetFest is always more than just the concerts. Party-goers had their pick of a variety of food to fuel the fire, from some of El Paso's most well-known restaurants to small food trucks delivering big flavors. There was something to satisfy any craving.

From music to food to shopping, there was plenty to see and do. El Pasoans could find anything from kids toys to collectibles, relax in a hookah lounge, watch local artists at work, play games of skill and chance, ride a mechanical bull or sip an adult beverage or three while listening to music at any one of five music stages.

The best part is, if you came and didn't get to do everything, there's still one more big day left with Young Rising Sons, Starset and Weezer headlining on the Budweiser Made In America Stage!