If nothing else, the annual Westcott Street Cultural Fair provides a lot of afternoon gigs for area musicmakers and other talents, and there will be four stages to prove it on Sunday, Sept. 23, 12:30 to 6:30 p.m. Spaced out amid the Westcott Nation’s business section, an acoustic stage will feature Mark Zane and Friends (12:45 p.m.), Swing This (1:30 p.m.), Juanita Horan (2:25 p.m.), Diamond Someday (3:10 p.m.), The Milkweeds (4:05 p.m.) and Charley Orlando (5:30 p.m.). A multicultural stage presents Celtic fiddle master Joe Davoli (12:30 p.m.), Puente Flamenco (1:45 p.m.), Jonathan Dinkin and Klezmercuse (3 p.m.), Adanfo Ensemble (4:15 p.m.), and Kembuyu Marimba Ensemble (5:30 p.m.). A main stage offers White Picket Fence (12:30 p.m.), harmonicat Skip Murphy and Friends (2:10 p.m.), Carolyn Kelly Blues Band (3:50 p.m.) and Grupo Pagan (5:30 p.m.). And a dance stage (pictured) welcomes the Syracuse Irish Step Dancers (12:30 p.m.), the Bassett Street Hounds (1:25 p.m.), African drummers (2 p.m.), Dance Theatre of Syracuse (3:15 p.m.), and dancers and drummers from the Wacheva Cultural Arts Studio (4:45 p.m.). There will also be breakdancing, a children’s area and lots more at this free event. For information, visit westcottfair.org.