Have you seen the lineup for this? If you are into indie and alternative music as much as we are, this is just sick! Some of our favorite bands are on there, Adventures, Big Shoals, Captain We’re Sinking, Cayetana, Descendents,Gnarwolves, Into it! Over it!, Kittyhawk, Places to Hide, Prawn, Less Than Jake, and Screaming Females! What the @$%&! Get your tickets now. This is an incredible weekend of music. Get tickets here!
Yep, thats right. St. Vincent is coming to Pensacola to play Vinyl Music Hall on October 8th. The buzz around today’s announcement has been electric! Click for event and ticket details. We will be spotlighting her and her incredible music over the next few weeks on our live radio show, The Lost Sandal on Radio Free Pensacola. Stay tuned!
This incredible photo was taken by Joshua Mellin
We have been asking many people what their favorite performance was at this years Hangout Music Fest. It covers just about everyone but here are at least a few with some smiles in between.
Early day time set at the Boom Boom Tent by RAC
Definitely an artists that pulled in some serious fans, Ingrid Michaelson
One of our favorites, The Flaming Lips!
A personal favorite, Shakey Graves.
Probably the set where I lost the rest of my hearing, but it was worth it! The Wans rocked!
The Avett Brothers
Closing out Friday night, The Black Keys
We had a chance to catch up with Liz Lawrence when she was performing with Bombay Bicycle Club at the kick off to this year’s Hangout Music Fest in Gulf Shores, Alabama. What an amazing artist in her own right but adds a tremendous voice and presence to the Bombay live performance. Liz has a record out that deserves to be heard. It is called “Bedroom Hero” and here is a video for the second song from it, “Oo Song”. Enjoy!
The 2014 Hangout Fest was as rocking as ever with capacity crowds converging on the white sands of Gulf Shores, Alabama. The Lost Sandal was there to catch all of the incredible sets and music lovers all weekend.
The late afternoon set by indie favorites Modest Mouse was one of the most anticipated performances of this years Hangout Fest. They did not disappoint, surprisingly sticking with many of their most popular tunes from their catalog.
The Boom Boom tent was ablaze during the final performance on Saturday night by artist Pretty Lights. His set lasted well past The Killers and the festival goers flooded the area to check out the amazing show.