For New Orleans’ own Troy “Trombone Shorty” Andrews, we decided the Bourbon Bar was the best stop beforehand. You know, for that Bourbon Street vibe. Also, we couldn’t find hurricanes anywhere.
The Wrecks told us their favorite drink is vodka and Red Bull. We didn’t think that sounded like such a great idea…at first. But Reyka vodka proved us wrong.
Allen Stone had such a sweet soul set, it was time to pair it up with some wine. St. Supéry’s rosé was right on the mark. Plus, it matched his glasses perfectly.Apparently, the folks at Blackbird Vineyards are huge fans of The Killers. No need to sway from their choices for the proper listening experience.
Lukas Nelson isn’t a drinker; he prefers weed. But this photo was so good we had to share it anyway. Taken on the JaM Cellars Jam Pad stage, we also spotted a lot of Butter Chardonnay drinkers in the crowd.
Lake Street Dive’s Rachael Price belted out the Boston-based band’s tunes with her sultry voice and style. Might as well enjoy some Krug Grande Cuvée with that.The weekend ended with most participants being thoroughly entertained by none other than Bruno Mars. Word’s out that he’s really into rum. Mai Tai, anyone?
We said “most” participants, since one of this writer’s favorite bands, Thievery Corporation (let’s go with multi-genre gypsy music to best describe the sound), closed out the weekend on the opposite side of the festival. What was I drinking? The deep, dark, luscious liquid known as The Prisoner.
Cheers everyone, until next time.