It’s been exactly a year, and with the 2019 Beale Street Music Festival going on as we type, I figured I’d finally post up the photographs we took during the 2018 year.
It’s been 10 years since I first started going to this festival, in fact it was my very first music festival ever, and talk about getting bit by the bug – I’ve been to BSMF 6 times and to 23 multi-day fests total. Although I sadly won’t be attending the 2019 fest, this location will always have a special place in my heart.
Artists featured include:
Eddy “The Chief” Clearwater
The most unique arts and music festival returned, and we were there to capture (only parts of) it. We had to make it 3 for 3. We are glad that we did. The installations that https://dayfornight.io/ keeps booking continues to mesmerize us.
Below are photographs we took of the many fascinating surroundings we were lucky to see with our own eyes. Feel free to full-screen browse through and enjoy the viewing pleasures.
Here is a slideshow of miscellaneousness around the festival through the night.
AIRing it out in the tent!!! So happy to cross these guys off the list after being a fan for decades.
Tool time from a distance. The crowd was jam-packed after seeing all of the AIR set. But don’t worry, I have some much closer Tool shots from a previous festival – Voodoo in New Orleans – that I plan to eventually post.
As always – Stay tuned for more to come! Everything Ever is infinite!
We attended the first ever Fortress Festival’s second day of the two day fest (we had a previous engagement on Day One). This unique festival is held in Fort Worth, Texas – specifically in association with, and around, the Fort Worth Modern Art Museum. Two stages: one held on the Will Rogers park, and the other held within the Fort Worth Modern’s premises, on a float in their fancy clear-water pond.
We had the pleasure of capturing five acts:
Golden Dawn Arkestra
Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats
Peter Hook & The Light.
Below are photos from this very cool inaugural event. This is something that the D.F.W. metroplex – especially Fort Worth – needs. We have high hopes for its future and eventual growth! Greatly looking forward to the 2018 version!