Festival Overview: A Day at The Multicultural Festival w/ Kyle Hodder...

By Kyle Hodder

This was my first outdoor event of 2011 and it was a memorable one because of the blue skies, a vast variety of outstanding food and two tents featuring music. The Multicultural festival ran from June 30 to July 3ird across from Pier 22 in the parking lot. The festival also offered tents that housed clothing and various other handmade items from several countries. Tai spring rolls and raspberry ale were popular items of the day.

I checked out the Lounge tent on Saturday from 3pm-8pm and caught The Camaros, Mojito and Brite-VU. Everyone brought something different with their own unique style.

The Camaros were a diverse band who covered a wide range of covers from such bands as Radiohead, April Wine and Bruce Springsteen. A little something for everyone.




Mojito pleasantly surprised me with a Santana medley which included Black Magic Woman and Evil Ways. They knocked that one out of the park and I wished they could have played longer.



Lastly Brite-VU treated everyone with some straight up rock originals.



Thanks to JP for the invite.

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