Review Roundup: Gathering of the Vibes 2010

via JamBase [PHOTOS]

Amidst a sea of tie-dye and Dead-y emanations, another Gathering of the Vibes went down this past weekend. An unusually sunny, cloudless sky loomed over Bridgeport, Connecticut’s Seaside Park for four straight days this past weekend, making the 2010 GOTV a great success. Oh, and the music was fantastic too.[Read the rest of the article…]

via MTV

Before Marley and Nas lit up the stage on Sunday, a series of acts earlier in the day kept the crowd moving. Groups like the Ryan Montbleau Band turned the green lawn into a dance floor extravaganza, featuring groups of skilled hula-hoopers and ribbon twirlers. Jimmy Cliff treated the crowd with his flavorful reggae as he bounced from side to side of the stage in his head-to-toe yellow ensemble. [Read the rest of the review…]

via Soundspike

Those who came to the late-night Primus show with no previous experience came away impressed with the band’s choice of covers, which first paid tribute to Pink Floyd with a spot-on version of “In the Flesh,” and later delivered a blistering take on “Behind My Camel,” from The Police. [Read the rest of the review…]

via CT Post

Kniffin’s predicament was worse than most. After a colossal mix-up, his girlfriend left Bridgeport with his ride home, and with his cell phone and most of his money. And to make matters worse, he doesn’t have a credit card, the always handy fall-back option most of us take for granted. [Read the rest of the review…]

Born during a sweaty, backstage, Bonnaroo downpour, the Chief Festival Junkie's mission in life is to dance, write, and travel to every great festival that this wide world has to offer. While his identity remains a mystery, you may have already met him, probably when he helped himself to your party favors.

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