Well folks it was truly a blast. Thanks everyone for coming, and thanks to everyone who helped out, played music, moved heavy objects, swept the floor, set up lights, grilled hot dogs, manned the board, etc. It got us off on the right foot, and we enjoyed ourselves thoroughly in the process.
Not Waving But Drowning, playing a great set after suffering much traffic on the way down from NYC.
Chill time after the show. It's amazing what a campfire and a cypress tree will do to make you feel you are not in the middle of the city.
* * * The Clean Up * * *
If you've seen the 5th Side space, (the open warehouse part of the Maas Building) you may be wondering how the hell we got all that junk cleaned up? May I remind you that just days ago it was full of crap? We get by with a little help from our friends. And of course, it's really all about lighting. (Thanks Kevin Muth for the awesome 2 hour lighting design)
Alonso Daco, Alex Yaker, and Brian Christinzio hoisting heavy objects up to the loft in preparation for the show.
Bye bye stuff! I guess we'll have to deal with you upstairs.
Hours before the show...