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My friend Doug, seen here on the far right is getting married soon so a few friends and I took him to a 3 day music festival in Mohawk, New York. It was a really cool reunion with some of my old friends and we partied like it was 1999. There were about 20 bands at the festival including MOE. a band I’ve seen close to 30 times over the past 15 years or so.
We rented an RV which we drove to the festival, loaded up with beer and other necessary supplies and lived in it for about 4 days. Now I’ve been to several of these festivals in my adult life but none like this. In my early twenties I would always camp at these shows in a tent and be completely susceptible to the elements.
Now that i’ve done it in an RV I will never go back!
We had a clean bathroom with a shower, a cold refrigerator usually full of delicious food and cold beverages, comfortable beds several feet off the ground it was spectacular.
As far as the music we saw several awesome shows including Moe. The Black Keys, Lotus, Damian Marley and Nas, Built to Spill and a local band called The Brew who did an awesome Foreigner cover of “Juke Box Hero.” Watch the Brew cover juke box hero at moe.down
These bands frecking rocked!!
Throughout the festival I remember giving thanks that I have the freedom in my life to do things like Moe.down and that I can spend time with good friends seeing some of my favorite bands perform live.
Moe is a band I’m proud to say I’ve seen many times throughout my concert going career. They were actually one of the first bands I ever saw live when I was about 16 years old. It’s really cool to have seen them grow over the years and to see their progression as a band since the late 1990’s. You may have never heard of them but they are not the type of band that would be played on the radio and I like that. They are still able to draw a crowd of about ten thousand which was roughly the population of Moe.down.
Were you at moe.down XI? Did you see any awesome shows this summer that were worth mentioning or did you have any super fun reunions with good friends? If you liked this post please let me know by leaving a comment below!