The 3-day event was a blast to explore on it’s first day. As if the killer lineup wasn’t enough, the foodcarts, vendors, Winelands, and a beautiful setting round out the true festival experience.
K.Flay opened the Twin Peaks stage with a great live performance including newly-introduced live percussion.
Collie Buddz on the main stage early started gathering the crowd with a great intro sans-drums and a Bob Marley tribute sing-along to “No Woman No Cry.”
The music playing between acts on the Sutro Stage was an amazing playlist that kept the crowd dancing including Magnetic Zeros and Brett Dennon’s hometown ode “San Francisco.”
You might have to really be into Phish to like their shows. With a 4-hour set on the main stage, standout moments were few and far between, if not absent.