Today is the last day of the 2012 North Dakota State Fair.
"Foreigner" was delayed due to the weather when state fair staff moved the crowd toward shelter.
This is a submitted photo from a concert goer early in the evening.
The State Fair office does not have an exact count of ticket holders for the concert but several thousand people took shelter in the lower level of the grandstand and in the State Fair Center.
"Foreigner" is planning to go on with the show as soon as the storm passes --- where Ramstad Middle School chorus will be joining them for Foreigner's hit, "I Want To Know What Love Is."
A portion of the proceeds from "Foreigner" memorabilia sold tonight will be donated to the recovery efforts of Ramstad.
"Foreigner" often has high school students perform with them.
When they heard that the flood had hit Ramstad Middle School, the band chose te Ramstad students to be a part of the Minot concert.
With one day of attendance left to account for, Friday's numbers are in
for the 2012 North Dakota State Fair --- showing that the fair is still
on track to break records.
A total of 35,628 people walked the North Dakota State Fairgrounds on Friday.
That's 1500 fair-goers more than the Friday of 2010.
Added to the 'total to date,' attendance the North Dakota State Fair is at 277,073.
The record number to beat is 2010's 308,641.
We'll have final attendance numbers for you here tomorrow night at 10.