Tulip Fest 2010 photos

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Via Sebastien and Jason come a whole bunch of good photos from Tulip Fest.

Sebastien's set includes a lot of crowd shots from the main stage area. Jason's set has photos from the both the main stage and the lake house stage.

Sunday's high temp was 47 -- that's 21 degrees lower than the normal high. And it rained on Saturday. As Jason emailed: "I was glad i brought my raincoat, because getting hailed on sucks."

And from @OKGo on Saturday: "Albany, we stopped the rain just for you. Now lets get ready to celebrate these here tulips..."

Update: But, wait, there's more. Flickr user glittergirrll has a bunch of photos from the main stage, and here are some OK Go photos from Rob.

photo: Sebastien B

Comments

Thanks!

glittergirrll has a lot of shots of the performers too.

The hail (twice) was the best part :) The crowd dug it actually, people went berserk in front of the stage when the sun came back. Good fun.

Apparently Albany likes to drink. Who would have thought?

@Erik: And Olde English, at that:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/altuwa/4594022071/

@S - the hail wasn't all that bad - and it did pump up the crowd. I was just hoping my gear wouldn't get soaked.

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