Every cloud has a silver lining
High Sierra Music Festival no exception
I spent more time at High Sierra Music Festival this year than I ever have in the past. Still, that’s not saying much, as generally speaking, I’d rather take a hike and a dip in a cool mountain lake than stand with hordes of hot, sweaty bodies in a crowded venue blasting music that’s way too loud.
Nevertheless, if a person doesn’t take advantage of small town events that often come few and far between, life would be pretty dull — and who wants that!
I have to hand it to the High Sierra organizers: after 14 years of producing the festival at the fairgrounds, they have it down.
With everything from a first aid station, showers, extra sinks outside for tooth brushing and water bottle filling, food and clothing vendors galore, real bathrooms as well as dozens of port-a-potties, inside and outside music venues, kids’ areas, nightly parades and upwards of 50 or more incredibly talented musical groups, the fairgrounds are transformed into a high-functioning village.
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