Remember WARMfest? If you don’t, review yesterday’s post. Well, we had so much fun on Sunday that we went back for more on Monday, the last day of the festival. This time we went in the evening through (almost) the end of the night.
There’s nothing terribly special about this outfit. Honestly, I was mostly going for comfort. This isn’t Coachella, so I didn’t wear $150 jean shorts from Free People that look like they’re from the thrift store or wear a flower crown. Nor did I show 6 inches of midriff. Because I’m not 17. We’re a little more down to earth in Indiana. Maybe that’s why I subconsciously picked earthy colors to wear.
Anyway, on to the music! My favorites bands on Monday evening were the Whipstitch Sallies (Americana/bluegrass) and Said the Whale (indie rock). Rounding out the night (and the whole festival) were Michael Franti & Spearhead. You know how sometimes there’s a band that you wouldn’t necessarily listen to on your iPod or in your car, but you still really enjoy seeing them live? This was one of those bands. They were just so energetic and put on a really good show. It had a lot to do with Michael Franti constantly telling the crowd to put their hands in the air or jump up and down. Which is super helpful because sometimes you just need instructions to jump, you know?
Not to get all sappy on you, but Labor Day is considered the unofficial end of summer, and I can’t think of a better way I could have ended it! Thanks again, WARMfest.
It’s the Remix…
*Necklace provided courtesy of Flourish Boutique; shoes purchased with gift card provided courtesy of H&M.