Took Friday off last week to head out to Jazz fest for the
first time! Boy was it an adventure. We were only going to Jazz fest for two
reason’s one, ROYAL TEETH and two the food. Royal Teeth was set to play at
11:15, so we made sure we got there well in advance, lord knows I didn't want
to miss a second! Little did we know Jazz Fest had turned into MUD fest overnight,
so they delayed the gates opening until 12:15. Normally this would not have
been a big deal except for the fact we got there early, with no chairs. So we
just stood patiently in line, listened to Royal Teeth sound check from afar,
and recruited a few people here and there to make the Acura stage their first
stop of the day. The gates finally opened and we had a hike to make it to the
Acura stage. About 5 min into our hike I hear
them start playing, so naturally, I started lightly jogging(running
would have made me look like a crazed fan…which I am not, not at all), I make
it to the stage just in time to hear the end of their first song.. The stage
was HUGE, so from where I stood, Nora and the rest of the band looked like some
little itty bitty rock stars. After the second song, the Mud pit really began
to fill up, us louisianian’s are not afraid of a little mud! The show unfortunately
was cut short due to the delay of the gates opening but all in all they put on
an amazing show and I believe kicked off the second weekend of Jazz Fest just
After the show, we decided to rome around and find something
to eat, I was a bit disappointed in myself because I choose my food based on
which vendor had the least amount of mud in front of it…..obviously not a good choice.
We ate a BBQ chicken sandwich, was not great, or did it do justice for
Louisiana Foods. Worst mistake of the day, and I am still regretting it. The day was an enjoyable break from this crazy Real Estate
world and I cannot wait to go back next year, try some better food, less mud
and hopefully get to support my friends and amazing band Royal Teeth!
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