Day three

Manchester Travel Blog

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The Farm. The lower, clearer part is the festival and all the compact, neatly organized chaos above it would be the camp sites.
Early shower -no lines again, SPF 50, DEET, clean out tent from all the water, then off to yoga and massages again. Today we got to the comedy theatre early to get our tickets to see Louis CK and Joe DeRosa. hehe ->showed up late, just before the show had started, and got pretty much the same seats as we had the day before. Today was the day that you could see lots of people walking around with paint on...and nothing else. Andrea and I were inspired to try our hands at being hippies and we went shopping for clothes! Poor boys....hehe I settled on a beaded shirt and a light and airy wrap around skirt. She bought a light dress. We were both very surprised at just how comfortable these clothes were. So much cooler and airy-er then denim jean shorts! So we changed and didn't look back:) Andrea decided to learn how to do 'scratch dj'ing' and she was pretty good at it. Afterwards, we all set up shop at the VIP section of the What stage and enjoyed BB King, Jack Johnson and Pearl Jam. (not to mention a few beers) Thankfully it hadn't rained.

Kanye West was supposed to perform that night, but his time kept getting pushed back from 8pm to midnight to I don't know when. Apparently that's this guy's motif, if they love me they'll keep waiting. He got pushed up to the main stage (the one you can hear from the VIP section) and he started playing around 2am. I had actually wanted to hear him b/c I didn't know what he played and I'd never heard him live before, so why not, right? But I slept through the entire thing.... Of course, the next morning you could hear all kinds of people bitching about how late he kept them up.
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The Farm. The lower, clearer part …
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