Streets and parking spaces in the heart of downtown Binghamton have reopened in the aftermath of the LUMA Projection Arts Festival.

Preparations for the annual event resulted in street closures for a few days. The underground levels of the State Street parking garage were closed last week to set up equipment for the "Phasing Rain" light and sound feature.

Thousands of people ventured into the lower portion of the parking ramp Friday and Saturday nights to experience the work's international debut.

LUMA fans entering the State Street parking garage to view "Phasing Rain" on September 7, 2019. (Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News)

By Monday morning, all of the audio and lighting equipment had been removed from the garage.

The lower levels of the facility were getting back to normal with a few parked vehicles observed.

Some accumulated trash left over from the weekend festival remained to be hauled away near the parking ramp's entrance.

The underground levels of the State Street ramp were back to normal just hours after the final performance of "Phasing Rain." (Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News)
Some residual signs of the LUMA crowds remained at the entrance of the State Street garage on September 9, 2019. (Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News)

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