Pictured: Dead Floyd and Pink Talking Fish
Dead Floyd bringing classic music to the Mishawaka
As the bands loaded in, the fluorescent lights set the stage, and the crowd slowly filled the amphitheatre, we watched ticket sales soar just hours before the show. Feeling the excitement build in the green room all because of the fans, was such a pure and genuine experience for these tribute bands.
The Mishawaka entrance with EGi opening in the background.
Chicago band EGi brought an authentic jam band vibe to open up the show and it gave life to the crowd within minutes. Two show-goers were spotted front and center dancing wild and free throughout the set without a care in the world – if that doesn’t give you a vision of how the tunes went over.
Pink Talking Fish and Dead Floyd both stole the show with amazing covers that the entire audience was singing along to all night. Their energy was clearly exhibited on stage as they rocked the night away and celebrated being at the Mish with aged bourbon… out of plastic cups.
Charlie Humphreys from Dead Floyd shredding their cover of “Money”
Pictured: Pink Talking Fish and a beautiful light display
Pink Talking Fish guitarist Dave Brunyak
The bands brought good vibes to the canyon this weekend with the sweet sounds of Grateful Dead, Pink Floyd, Talking Heads, and Phish with a hint of original music from EGi. We were very grateful to have them.
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