By Lisa Snedeker | Special to the Register & Bee
But after offering musical acts ranging from headliners Leftover Salmon and Ivan Neville’s Dumpstaphunk to Asheville’s Sanctum Sully and The Steepwater Band, this festival is going to have a hard time remaining “underground.” And that was just Saturday.
The four-day event got off to a wet start when thunderstorms threatened the VIP party Thursday evening, but numerous bales of straw later followed by three days of sunny skies and mild temperatures made for a great party with even better music than prior years, according to Jessica Beverage of Charlottesville.
“It’s like you’re having a backyard cookout with your friends with music,” she explained, adding that Rooster Walk has become a Memorial Day weekend tradition for her and her two young children. “It’s down to earth. It’s not pretentious. We just dig it.”
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