Saturday, October 13, 2007

Bayfest

Last weekend was Bayfest

the downtown streets were closed to traffic and filled with fun.

We go every year

We've seen it grow from 3 stages to a venue for big name acts like Velvet Revolver and LeeAnn Rimes this year.

My picks for best of the fest this year were Joan Jett and Sparks, a malt liquor/energy drink.

Joan rocked the crowd with everything we wanted to hear...

"I Love Rock N Roll"

"I Hate Myself for Loving you"

plus a great cover of Sly and the Family Stone's "Everyday People"

and the Sparks gave me a good buzz and the energy to stay up for it! Caffiene and alchohol....what a combo!

 

 

The part I loved the most was the pile of teenagers on my floor and the friends gathered around my table.

 

9 comments:

princesssaurora said...

Looks like you all had a great time!!  Awesome!

be well,
Dawn
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plieck30 said...

Looks like fun to me. Paula

adlessor said...

Your a wild women and I wanna come to your house.                Dawn

toonguykc said...

FUN!  I remember Joan Jett fondly.  She was the bad kids' answer to Pat Benatar!

xx
Russ

nay0114 said...

LOL looks like my house use to with a houseful of teenagers. Glad you had a good time. Enjoy the rest of the weekend.
Take care, Chrissie

bhbner2him said...

Leave it to me, but I have to ask.  I see a roll of TP on the table and am wondering, where you out of Kleenex?  I ask because we do that.....grab a roll of Charmin and use it as Kleenex when we run out.  -  Barbara

kamdghwmw said...

I love seeing people crashed out! That is how our house looks every weekend! LOL I would not change it for anything.
Kelli
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ktkamanski said...

From the porch to the living room and kitchen - My kinda fun! Love Joan Jet and her way of tearing it up. Sounds like alot of fun was had by all.  Caffeine and alcohol - that will pick you up and put you right back down. Happy to hear you had a ball. Take care,
Katie

jmorancoyle said...

    Ah, there's nothing like festival season.
Jude
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