The Flopper’s Ball Was A Success

WIDESPREAD PANIC AT THE WHARF

Located in Orange Beach, Alabama

Good people, great music & lots of dancing.

A dangerous hippie might have given you a hug…

Also, there was a can food drive along with this event. Thank you for everyone’s support to a great cause!

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Hangout Music Festival 2015

Hangout Music Festival takes place on the beautiful beach of Gulf Shores, Alabama.

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Here’s a look at the lineup for 2015.

  • Foo Fighters, Zac Brown Band, Beck, Jack U, Skrillex, My Morning Jacket, Foster the People, Paramore, Spoon, Umphrey’s McGee, Major Lazer, TV On The Radio , Phantogram, Tove Lo, Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley, Jenny Lewis, Dirty Heads, Krewella, Adventure Club, Lupe Fiasco, Cold War Kids, Future Islands, Vance Joy, Joey Bada$$, Galactic with Macy Gray, ODESZA, Sylvan Esso, Father John Misty, Beats Antique, Trampled By Turtles, GRiZ, Drive-By Truckers, St. Lucia, Robert DeLong, Toro Y Moi, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Gramatik, The Lone Bellow, Lake Street Dive, Rubblebucket, Iration, MisterWives, Frank Turner & the Sleeping Souls, Vintage Trouble, Mary Lambert, Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires, Houndmouth, Zella Day, Xavier Rudd & The United Nations, Deap Vally, Halsey, Kopecky, J. Roddy Walston and The Business, Young Fathers, JEFF The Brotherhood, The Mowgli’s, Strand of Oaks, Grizfolk, Joywave, San Fermin, The Districts, Colony House, SNBRN, Skylar Spence (formerly Saint Pepsi), Elle King, Knox Hamilton, Natural Child, Goldroom, Five Knives,  Floating Action, Steelism, The Suffers, Firekid and Elliot Root.

You can find the past lineups here http://hangoutmusicfest.com/lineup/

I have attended 5/6 of the Hangout Music Festivals. Being a local, it’s like a big party with great people in your backyard. What could be better? Thousands of people come from all across the world to experience this. Some have never even seen the beach before. Hangout Fest is a non-camping festival, although they do have camping spots around Gulf Shores where people pitch their tents for the weekend and live off grid. It’s pretty awesome. Other than that, many of the visitors stay in beach houses or condominiums. Also, there is no parking at the festival. They sell shuttle passes and there is parking all around the festival grounds (people’s beach houses, businesses, etc.). Let’s be real… bicycles are the most fun.

We all love the summertime… but the heat is about as real as Lebron James. So, ALWAYS STAY HYDRATED! A huge shout out to CamelBak for keeping our dancing bodies hydrated all weekend with the most refreshing H20.

One of my only disappointments in Hangout Fest is that they do not allow totems. Have you ever gotten completely lost from your friend like “WHERE’S CARL”? We all have. Although getting lost by yourself is a super awesome adventure… sometimes it’s more comforting to know you can go right back to your home base. It’s the most creative and best way to know where your friends are! I love going to festivals that allow totems and seeing all of the creativity and time put into these.

Here’s a picture of our group Friday night with our “Mad Decent Boat Party” flag.

Hangout Fest is truly one of my favorite festivals from the Thursday kick-off party to the always so beautiful Sunday sunset.