Amanda Bell, who was covering Vegoose on behalf of the Grateful Web, just sent her pictures to us. She really did a great job with both band and crowd shots. Amanda's review of the weekend will be coming soon, but in the interim feel free to browse through some more Vegoose pictures. Also, Amanda got a few inteviews from the weekend, so check back soon for those as we
Grateful Web had both Amanda Bell and Forrest Dudek covering Vegoose this year. Check back for their reviews soon. In the mean time, some of their pictures are beginning to roll in. We'll post more pictures when they come in. Thanks to Vegoose publicity for a lovely weekend. Cheers!
As I sat and listened to Toubab Krewe, I couldn't help but think of the language of music. The vocabulary and accents were ringing through my head, reminding me of the peaceful nature of mankind. The notes melted together like a true melting pot, not the segregated version we've been told about for so long. But one with true meaning. A blending of cultures, ideas, and of people. These were the opening rhythms of
Vegoose — Las Vegas' answer to another Halloween weekend romp known as VooDoo Fest. For those who can't quite make it south for a weekend of music, art and debauchery then go ahead and put Las Vegas on your map.
We get into Vegas @ 9:30, and as the plane lands the lights of Vegas are already drawing me in. Everything has lights to lead and confuse. We get over to the Aladdin (possibly the most evil hotel in town – several friends of mine complained of bad vibes and confusing energy in that place), ditched our Trey tickets to some Phishheads that seemed astounded I only wanted face value. Every one had hundreds out ready to shell them for a ticket – a scenario that only g