Concert Review Music Photography

Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival 2018: A Photographer’s Perspective

The Fans of Grey Fox

Hula-Hoopers

Grey Fox doesn’t have a designated Hula-Hooping section, but hoopers aren’t hard to find.


Umbrellas

It doesn’t rain often at Grey Fox, and it didn’t rain at all during my 2018 stay. Umbrellas were everywhere though, as part sun-blocker and part fashion statement.


Dancers

I use the term “dancers” very loosely. Here it can mean weird partner yoga, or the aftermath of dancing with too many Pabst Blue Ribbons.


A Couple That Wanted Their Photo

As I was taking pictures of dancers and hoopers near the main stage after the dinner break a couple approached me and asked how they could access my pictures later. As usual, I didn’t have any business cards on me, but I asked one of them to simply type their name into the notes app on my phone. She did, and we exchanged pleasantries (I assume). I bet she thought she’d never hear from me again, but a few weeks later I sent her a link to this photo on Facebook. She hasn’t responded, yet.

Click Here for A Pirate and a Parade

The Grey Fox (2018) Boxed Set (this is a multiple-page post)
Introduction
The High Meadow Day Stage (Main)
The High Meadow Night Stage (Main)
The Dance Stage
The Creekside Stage and The Sierra Nevada Tent
Jamming Around the Farm
The Fans of Grey Fox
A Pirate and a Parade
Main Stage Changes -- Year 2
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