ELIZABETH, NJ - Hundreds yesterday came to the final night of the 10th annual Peterstown Festival for Italian food, games, music and more. 

The four-day festival, which is also known as the Festa Di San Vito, was organized by the Frank O. Mazza Civic Association, a non-profit organization that promotes well-being throughout the community. Vito Mazza, who is 6th Ward Councilman Frank Mazza's son, served as festival chairman. 

A procession of the statue of Saint Vito and a special mass at Saint Anthony of Padua Church took place in June. The festival's name includes Peterstown, which is a name for the neighborhood that has Italian roots. 

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Although the four-block festival on High Street is in its tenth year, the traditional procession has taken place in Elizabeth for 49 years, Vito Mazza said. 

Scroll through the photos above to see the festivities from last night. 

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