The crowds were much larger on Saturday, making it harder to get decent pictures with the pocket cam. (We were too late in applying to get photo credentials for this festival.) But here are a few images to give you a flavor anyway.
I started the day with Brian, checking out one of his favorite bands – Silverchair. There were quite a few people very charged up to see these guys . . .
Daniel Johns – before he shed his jacket. . .
Don’t try too hard to figure out why there is a foot there.
It was part of the backdrop.
(FYI – Others in our crew saw Stephen Marley during this same time slot and raved about how funky and fun their set was. )
Cold War Kids were up next. I caught a few songs before heading out. . .
. . . to catch the last half of Sound Tribe Sector 9. STS9 had the place grooving nicely.
The Roots were definately my surprise set of the day. This was the first time I’d seen them, and they were fantastic. The bass player (Hub?) performed the most amazing solo improv. . . Their live show is highly recommended. (They will be opening for Dave Matthews Band at Alpine later this month.) Can you tell from this photo how the crowd was bumpin’?
When was the last time you saw a hip-hop group include a sousaphone? (Not to be confused with a tuba!)
Spoon was one of my highlight shows. . . As some of you know, this is one of my favorite bands and this was the first time I saw them perform live. I was not disappointed. A great set – raining throughout – but not dampening the energy at all!
I guess I did my share of “dancing” ‘cuz this morning my calves were stiff and sore. . . One more day – we’re having a blast.