Friday, July 28, 2006

Chicago's Pitchfork Musical Festival

Two days of Chicago's musical calendar the Pitchfork Music Festival has really brought in the tourist for Chicago. Infact it has continually been sold out.

Confronted with longer and longer lines to buy tickets, which this year, again, is already sold out, the list of Musical Talent it is no wonder.

Looking at the line up it’s easy to see why.


Devendra Banhart

This event has been becoming more and more like a continuous Woodstock, Thus see and being part of this event is that hot bodies are adding to the increase temperatures caused by the summer heat. The same also happen at ole Woody ( Woodstock ), as I would call it.

With the elderly range of those who crashed the 70s, there has been less hippies in the audience- crowds, and filling in the caps are more upward mobile youngster of the 80s and 90s who are staying closer to home in their travels as a result of increase fuel costs.

Nonetheless, the age range still makes it more of youth culture, and as such as maintains its youthful veneer of years gone by.

Taking off your shoes and soxs, thank G - D there are no dogs, and letting your toes start to feel the blades of grass wedge inbetween your toes. Your reach out and cuttle your partner - for this is as real of date you can get with the bucks you are investing, and hear Chicago give one hell of a blast.


Mr. Roger M. Christian
Ithaca, New York

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