Photos: RNC Convention 2016, Day 4

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump points to the crowd during his speech on the final night of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump points to the crowd during his speech on the final night of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)

Donald Trump officially accepted the GOP nomination for president on Thursday, the final night of the Republican National Convention. The house was packed and the energy was high. The area outside of the Quicken Loans Arena was filled with street performers, law enforcement and protesters.

Below, photos from day four of the convention. More photos: Day one | Day two | Day three

Get more coverage of the RNC from "Chicago Tonight" here.

Donald Trump and Mike Pence's families watch balloons and confetti fall from the rafters during the final moments of the RNC. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Police officers on horseback outside the Quicken Loans Arena. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and vice presidential nominee Gov. Mike Pence greet the crowd at the front of the stage. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Florida delegate Henry Allen holds a sign that reads "ISIS Lives Don't Matter" in the Quicken Loans Arena. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


A protester dressed as a doctor offers "free Trump counseling." (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Delegates cheer during Donald Trump's speech at the RNC. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Donald Trump's wife Melania with his children, Tiffany and Barron Trump, watching the final speeches of the RNC. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Donald Trump's daughter, Ivanka Trump, delivers her speech. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Musicians perform on Euclid Avenue in downtown Cleveland on Thursday. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


RNC Chairman Reince Priebus speaks on the final night of the convention. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Pastor Billy W. Thompson of Cleveland preaches to passersby on East Fourth Street. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


A street performer painted silver entertains outside on Euclid Avenue and East Fourth Street. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski backstage at the Quicken Loans Arena on the final night of the RNC. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


A woman is apprehended during Donald Trump's speech after displaying a sign that reads "Build Bridges, Not Walls." (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Law enforcement forms a corridor leading into the Quicken Loans Arena on the final day of the RNC. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Delegates dance during an intermission between speeches. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Two men hold a Donald trump banner as the RNC wraps up. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Illinois delegates and Chairman of the Illinois Republican Party Tim Schneider in the final moments of the RNC. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Balloons and confetti fall from the rafters as the RNC concludes. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


A police officer and young boy selling merchandise talk early Friday morning after the RNC draws to a close. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


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