Beach Goth V: A Little Rain Never Hurt Anyone

Originally appeared on Thrillcall. Photo above courtesy of Julian Malagon, Refined Grind

Things got complicated on day two. The start of the day may have been wet, but everything still ran as usual. 2 Live Crew threw a profane pep rally at the indoor Observatory main stage with lots of crowd engagement from the MC and of course the star duo, Fresh Kid Ice and Brother Marquis. Devendra Banhart was slated early to play the outdoor dome stage as the rain came down harder and made everyone more than slightly grumpy. “We’ll be alright!” Banhart told us, then launched into his delightful indie folk set comprised of songs from all across his discography. It was around this time that we decided to grab lunch and also when shit hit the fan. 

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