Olivia Newton-John, faux gay weddings and line dancers were among the attractions found at this year's Market Days in Chicago.

The Midwest's largest outdoor street fair, now in its 31st year, offers entertainment, food and arts and crafts along six North Halsted blocks between Belmont and Addison in Chicago's gay neighborhood of Boystown.

Performing on the fair's three stages this year were Olivia Newton-John, the Pointer Sisters, Sheena Easton, Karmin, Jesse and the Toy Boys, Eric Himan, Jessica Sutta of the Pussy Cat Dolls, Paris Bennett, Wynter Gordon, 16 Candles, Dot Dot Dot, and Abba Salute.

(Related: Olivia Newton-John on gay marriage: Love is love.)

In a video released by Gay Chicago TV, 2 women say “I do” to marriage equality “in times of joy, in times of sorrow, from this day forward until the death of DOMA and other anti-marriage equality legislation do we stop.” “Amen,” the women exclaim before kissing. (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)