HFStival 2003

Juniper Lane at the HFStival 2003
Juniper Lane

I headed on down to the HFStival this morning thanks to Bicycle Thieves who got me a pass so I could come shoot photos for them. The shows were good, and I spent more time running around outside the stadium than actually in the stadium. After six or so hours of running around the stadium checking out Jack Johnson, Bicycle Thieves, Juniper Lane, et al i got the ultimate buzz kill from a client with a frantic phone call. So I drive over to the Capitol to see what’s up, and it was an issue of miscommunication. We were supposed to start CAD on Sunday. This was Saturday.

So I missed Interpol, Audioslave, Jane’s Addiction, and hanging out at the HFStival to go walk around the Capitol lawn for 2 hours.

I’m not working on holidays anymore. New rule for Meticulous. That or they pay like quadruple time.

Regardless, the show was a lot of fun. Bicycle Thieves and Juniper Lane put on great sets. Here’s some photos for your pleasure. You can get more/better pics of Juniper Lane at Tom Roehl’s site.

Bicycle Thieves at the HFStival 2003
Bicycle Thieves

Bicycle Thieves

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Bicycle Thieves

Jon and Mark
Jon and Mark unplugged in the acoustic tent

Juniper Lane

Juniper Lane

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