Crowds from throughout the South Bay are filling downtown Campbell on the second day of Boogie on the Bayou.
Boiled crawfish, kettle corn and more keep festival goers satiated.
Rauf Bikul was at Boogie in 2012 and was here both days in 2013.
"Theres definitely a bigger turn out this year," Bikul says. "It's one of our favorite festivals because it's well organized."
He says he doesn't mind the change in layout from 2012 to 2013. In fact, Bikul says the spacing of the food and beer tents is much better.
"If you're a people watcher, this is the the place to be," he says.
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