Lunchtime at the Festival International de Louisiane in Lafayette did not mean a break in the entertainment—just a change in its form and location.
The crowd was moved out of the intersection by the walker in black, so something out of the ordinary (as if stiltwalkers strolling among the crowd is “ordinary”) was anticipated.
But then this same walker cleared a wider path halfway down the block. The crowd became very quiet.
The walker became a stilt-runner. Even that was impressive.
A half-block run was followed by a flip!