Alex Fortune: “Good music, good beer, what more could you ask for?” Sarah Scherer: “Must be heaven!”
Our good friends at Retro 101 Cherry Bomb Vintage were represented on the “retail scene” at LouFest
LouFest kept it “green” with recyling stations set up across the festival grounds.
LouFest even hosted several area non-profits including EarthDance; our July Green Issue non-profit of the month.
We found life-size bobble heads with the St. Louis Aces!
Black Wolf of Kings Go Forth brought the funk!
Had to grab a cocktail from the Pearl Vodka booth…loved her feather earrings!
To help reduce on plastic consumption, LouFest brought back the popular water station where you could refill your water bottle for free.
Graham Matthews and Steve Houldsworth: Some Dudes Marry Dudes. Get Over It!
Dance Dance Dance!
Xena, an Euroasian Owl, stared deep into our souls.
LouFest inspired robot-art.
Love the boys of Dear Genre! They were so sweet! (Charlie Unger-bass, Jack Mudd-drums, Andre Cataldo-vocals and guitar, Marcellow Farrell-guitar and background vocals)
Even babies gotta rock out!
10,000 bonus points if you can find our Vital VOICE tag on the Yelp graffiti wall.
The PS3 trailer was KICK ASS to say the least…we took it there with Mortal Kombat.
Horse-Dinosaur puppet that was apart of the live spectacle of Lost In The Trees.
Nic Offer from !!! danced and dance and danced.
The sun begins to set over the Nosh pit.
TV On The Radio
The crowd was pumped for the closing act: TVOTR!!!
She was feeling it!
TV On The Radio
BY: JOSHUA BARTON