I woke up the morning of May 24th tingling with excitement; my first festival of the year was only a three hour drive away. With big names like Ivan Neville’s Dumpstafunk, Leftover Salmon, and Yarn I knew I was in for a treat. I threw my gear in the car and began the beautiful drive across the scenic Virginia country side.
The drive to Martinsville was delightfully uneventful and before I knew it I was pulling into Blue Mountain Festival Grounds where Rooster Walk V was being held. I was immediately pleased to see the picturesque fields that would be my home for the next three days. Upon setting up camp I took a walk around the festival grounds; soft, loamy earth beneath my feet and the beaming Virginia sun on my back, I took in the beauty that was Rooster Walk V.
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