Grace Potter and The Nocturnals played a short but soulful set. Grace’s bluesy-rock voice is so powerful that she doesn’t even need a mic, belting out the chorus to “Nothing But The Water” with only the clapping beat of the crowd complementing her as she and her band marched off the stage. Another highlight from her set was definitely the four man drum jam that had the whole crowd clapping along.
Every great festival needs a jam band. Moe’s three man guitar play and beautiful vocal harmonizing had fans on their feet, especially during their signature song “Tailspin.”
In true country-folk form, Arlo Guthrie sent the crowd a clear message about the tragic state of the world today, sticking up for the hardworking man of America in the process. Appropriately singing about how he wanted to change his name to “Fannie Mae” so he could reap the monetary benefits of the government, he had the crowd’s approving laughs and cheers behind him.