NOTE FROM JB:
All the venues are fun but the giant tent is where all the action is. Friday night I kicked up my heels -- well, actually, I kicked them off. But I was wearing flip flops so I went for the full festival experience dancing barefoot on a plywood floor. It was a long car ride that day so I couldn't help but let loose. The main stage is where much of the late-night action was taking place. For Albertan Corb Lund he had the audience crowd surfing and really givin' 'er. He even gave in and performed a "stupid song" -- his words, not mine. I am sort of glad the show was late and there were no kids around because there were some funny-smelling cigarettes wafting through the air. You know what they say: What happens in Dawson, stays... well, on the Internet. Sorry, security, for pointing out what you missed... or allowed.
Meanwhile, outside in the rain I was joined by The Pack A.D.'s Maya Miller. Her first appearance on our shows was a week before the festival. HEAR THE CHAT
Patrick Hamilton from Soda Pony joined Jeremy Bradley in the rain for a chat on the show.