I’m a huge fan of music festivals, and I love everything about them-the bands, the huge outdoor spaces, the food trucks and vendors, the noise, the crowds, and of course, the fashion! This past weekend, I went to a music festival, and had such an amazing time! Check out my Instagram and Twitter for more pictures and videos from the concert!
Every year, my college and another college in the town put on a music festival called OH-FEST, and this year the headliner was Panic! At The Disco! I was so excited to see them, they’re one of my favorite bands 🙂 The big concert started at 6, and there were two opening acts before Panic finally came on. The crowds were insane! I tried to take pictures, but there were so many people pushing and shoving that I was afraid of dropping my camera! I did manage to get some pictures of the band in though. Their set was simply amazing-at one point during one of the songs, the lead singer did a backflip off part of the stage-the crowd went wild! I wish I’d been able to capture that on video haha. They played songs from all their albums, and even played their new single Hallelujah-if you haven’t heard it yet, check it out here!
I volunteered through my college to help set up, and so I got to be backstage beforehand and hear the band’s soundcheck! I even got a free t-shirt! 🙂
My friend Liv and I before the concert in our volunteer t-shirts! Check out her blog over at Her Name Was Celebration!
My friends and I decided to channel a theme together with our outfits, so we all went for the 90’s grunge look. I took some pictures of my outfit before the concert started!
I grabbed my trusty ripped jeans and a loose white tank, then added my favorite black converse and an oversized flannel shirt. I sprayed my favorite Not Your Mother’s salt spray in to give me those festival waves, and added my trusty sunnies! I kept my jewelry to a minimum-with so many people packed together, I didn’t want to risk getting caught on anyone! I kept my ID, cash, and other essentials in my sturdy camera bag.
The crowds were insane, you literally could not move there were so many people packed together! I had an amazing time seeing one of my very favorite bands though, and it was free! What more could you ask for in a music festival?
Do you like music festivals and concerts, or are loud noises and crowds not really your thing? What do you think about Panic! At The Disco? What would you wear to a concert like this? Let me know what you think in the comments! Thanks for stopping by 🙂
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