Next year we need more recycling bins, more biodegradable food and beverage containers, and more effort from the patrons at Forecastle Festival
Forecastle Festival is the first and only music festival to be a member of 1% For the Planet.
Wholesome summertime fun never seemed so right.
An amazing marching band takes the music off the stage and onto the sidewalks at this year's Forecastle Festival. Click the link to see some video of them in action.
Here’s what you can take home free if you spend $150 for admission.
If the weed you're smoking doesn't make you paranoid enough, the hippie standing next to you could be a cop at Forecastle Festival 2010.
The sights and sounds of a music festival would not be complete without plenty of rock t-shirts. Saturday night's Forecastle was no exception.
Seeing Devo live in 2010 is probably a lot like it would have been in 1980, and Saturday's show at Forecastle was fun and - at times - wonderfully strange.
If you need to take a breather from all the Forecastle Festival goodness, sneak over to Brainquility between the East Stage and the Ocean Stage for a quiet, relaxing 10 minute nap.
This Scottish band is so close to being something I might actually like. Give them another album or two to come up with a unique sound and they really might be onto something.
My first Panic attack
I want to like Devo. I really do. I remember I need to whip it, whip it good. Stephen Colbert taught me it’s time to trade in my red pyramid hat for a blue one. I’m even intrigued by the fact that they based their entire new album on market research. That could be good. Or at least interesting. Or not.