Variety of events keep fairgoers busy
ROCHESTER — There was wrestling, cow wrangling and bull riding during the second day of the Rochester Country Fair on Friday evening.
Live music provided by Aaron Norross Jr. and The Old Dogs was heard under the big tent from 5 to 7 p.m. Starting at 7 p.m., Top Rope Promotions wrestlers took to the ring.
Fans got into the action, jeering for the heels and cheering on their favorites during several matches.
The fair continues through Sunday. View a complete schedule of events at rochesterma.org.