Firefly Music Festival: Day Two Recap
Jun22

Firefly Music Festival: Day Two Recap

Now in its third year, the Firefly Music Festival has grown in size to include 7 stages within the festival grounds and 2 stages in the campgrounds. There will be over 100 acts performing over the weekend, and the estimated attendance for Friday was 80,000 people. Eighty Thousand People! The full effect of a crowd that large could be seen on Friday as you looked out across the sea of people moving from stage to stage. With the Main...

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Firefly Music Festival: Day One Recap
Jun20

Firefly Music Festival: Day One Recap

Words by Adrianna Hillborn | Photos by Timothy Becker A year’s worth of waiting was finally made worth it on Thursday, when the Firefly Music Festival opened its Main Gate at 5:00pm. With the addition of Thursday night performances, this year’s Firefly Music Festival kicked into gear one day earlier than last year. The massive crowd filed in from the campgrounds and parking lots into one of the longest lines I have ever seen to get...

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Celebrating the jams and vibes of Jerry and The Dead on the farm
Jun20

Celebrating the jams and vibes of Jerry and The Dead on the farm

In and Out of the Garden We Go returned to Snipes Farm this past weekend for the festival’s 7th anniversary, celebrating the music and culture of The Grateful Dead. From the moment we drove into Snipes Farm, the CSA non-profit farm just off of Route 13 in Morrsiville Pa, we knew we were in for a treat. Everything about Snipes Farm embodies the peace, love, and community that surround celebrating the music of The Grateful Dead. It felt...

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Opple Topple 5 – Under the Full Honey Moon

Photography by Dave Fi, Story by Jen Schratz This past weekend, June 13th-15th, fest veterans and virgins gathered together on the rolling hills of Winding Brook Farm in Warrington, PA for the fifth Opple Topple Music Festival. Although Thursday night threatened with flash flooding and muddy grounds, the stage and sound crew managed to persevere through the unfavorable weather and get everything completed unscathed. The dedicated...

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#ThrowbackThursday Review – Foo Fighters – The Colour And The Shape (1997)
Jun19

#ThrowbackThursday Review – Foo Fighters – The Colour And The Shape (1997)

On the invigorating self-titled debut of The Foo Fighters album, Dave Grohl had single handedly found the ability to exonerate a technical ability to create a resurgence of an alternative approach. Most of the instrumentals had been recorded by Grohl’s personal creativity, despite his caricature clearly indicating a slight fear concerning his ability to uphold a group dynamic. Frankly put, the personalities of the instrumentalists...

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Connor Barwin benefit show, Tomorrow w/ The Districts, Kurt Vile, The Tontons
Jun19

Connor Barwin benefit show, Tomorrow w/ The Districts, Kurt Vile, The Tontons

This is your friendly reminder to get you ass out tomorrow and support a much worthy cause blending 2 of your favorite worlds together –  Eagles football and some of the best indie music this city has to offer. TSI published an article about Connor Barwin‘s Make The World a better Place benefit show about a month ago when it was first announced. If you been sitting on your hands waiting to purchase tickets, now’s the...

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