Some 50,000 People Walked Among The Lights Of Aurora In The Dallas Arts District On Friday Night.

Every two years, the Arts District in Downtown Dallas is transformed into a large public arts space for an exhibition called Aurora. That's 68-acres of interactive light, video, performance and sound art — and it makes for a pretty cool experience, we think.

Well, seems a ton of people think so, too. Over the course of Friday night's latest iteration of the exhibition, a massive amount of art fiends pilgrimaged to Downtown Dallas for their mecca — to the tune of 50,000 people in total, according to some estimates currently floating around. (Our own Kathy Tran was among the many attendees. Check out her photos below.)

The idea here is to

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