Fun Fun Fun Fest marked its 10th anniversary on Nov 6th, 7th, and 8th of 2015. The set of acts encompassed everything from hip hop to indie to death metal to comedy, as well as skateboarding, bmx, and wrestling. This eclectic characteristic is what defines Fun Fun Fun Fest and separates it from all other festivals.
Friday was filled with multiple energetic performances. One of the most notable, was Peaches on the Blue Stage. This set began with multiple cervixes dancing around on stage and segued into a proposal between two guys professing their love to each other. Immediately after the proposal, a huge phallic balloon was extended into the crowd and Peaches sang about balls and dicks. She then proceeded to hump everything imaginable on stage. Peaches ended her set as the sun set with Fuck the Pain Away. This act can still be felt upon blogging this review. It was everything that a concert performance should be, and much more.
Peaches and her cervixes.
The Blue Stage continued staying lit with Rae Sremmurd. This energetic duo kept everyone turnt up and the crowd jumping.
Indie, hip hop, and electronic: welcome to the Blue Stage. Hudson Mohawke came on next and kept everyone dancing throughout the night..
After HudMo, we encountered a blast from the past: Cheap Trick on the Orange Stage. Masters of their trade, and still on point! The crowd stretched all the way to the Fun Fest gates. Dedicated fans rocked out to the one and only Cheap Trick.
The night wouldn't be complete without a stellar set by Chvrches.
Chvrches on the Orange Stage
The lyrics, the music, and the performance of Lauren Mayberry ended the night perfectly.
Blessed by Chvrches.
And for Fun Fun Fun Fest Friday, that's a wrap!
Chvrches saying good night!