The end of day two and the first have of day three have been like a marathon, so many great acts squeezed together that I’ve found myself running around like some crazed paparazzi taking pictures and getting a feel for a bands. Great comedy from the legendary Todd Barry, followed by the etherial voices of the amazing Zola Jesus and Active Child. For many and almost including myself Little Dragon, wowed. You know it’s good when people in the press tent start walking in and exclaiming, “I guess something amazing’s happening over at the bigfoot stage.” There was something amazing and Little Dragon lived up to everyones expectations. It would have been the highlight of my day were it not for The Head and the Heart, at the main stage. It was my first time to see them live and they were absolutely incredible. They easily could have closed the evening, but even at a 6:40 start time they had a massive crowed that could not have been more into them. The actual evening closed with Bon Iver, who I knew virtually nothing about but was certainly wowed. Like these little musical explosions flowing from one song to the next.
Day 3 started off with The Sights, who had surprising energy for 12 in the morning. Then Gold Leaves, Walk the Moon, Damien Jurado and Poor Moon. The three comedy acts of the day were outstanding. Chelsea Peretti, John Mullaney, and Nick Kroll. Check back again for even more updates and my final story on the full Sasquatch experience.