Rivers Cuomo rocks out with Weezer at The Bamboozle music festival, 2010. (photo by chris owyoung)

With day one of The Bamboozle music festival behind me, I grabbed a couple hours of sleep, a fist full or cliff bars and headed out to the final day of parking lot punk rock. The Sunday’s lineup featured Weezer, MGMT, Girltalk, MUTEMATH, and NYC’s own Matt & Kim. Here’s a taste of day two.

Say Anything

Fans cheer as Matt & Kim take the stage.

Matt & Kim

MGMT

Motion City Soundtrack

Girl Talk

MUTEMATH

Ke$ha

The Devil Wears Prada

End Notes:

Check back, I’ll be publishing the full sets and shooting notes soon!

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  5. Hey Chris,

    That first shot steals the show, completely, but I gotta say I really liked DWP and Mutemath too.

    Cheers,
    Daniel

    • Thanks Daniel,

      Actually, I have BETTER shots of Weezer that I’ll posting this weekend! Stay tuned!
      .-= Read My Last Blog Post: Photos: The Bamboozle – Sunday, Day 2 =-.

      • Hey Chris,

        That first one set the bar pretty high, but if you say you have better ones, who am I to doubt? looking forward for the rest of the Weezer set ;)

        Cheers,
        Daniel

  6. Damn dude, Awesome work/play, whatever ya wanna call it.

    That Say Anything shot is definitely the winner for me.

    I love seeing all the different perspectives between you & your brother’s shots at the same event. I gotta comment on the fact that its frickin incredible that you can capture the energy of the pit at a metal show and then go and shoot a shiny-happy festival with the same fantastic results.

    One thing I’ve been meaning to ask for a while: How hard is it for you to make the decision to shoot a show (and kinda be working) as opposed to being in the audience and letting loose? I love shooting/covering shows but at the same time I kinda just like going nuts, seeing that I’m a fan too. Do you ever feel torn about it? Its actually painful for me not to jump in the pit. But vice-a-versa as well. When I’m in the pit I wish I had my camera.

    I’d love to hear your thoughts.

    Keep up the incredible work!

    Raul

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