The 2015 Beartrap Summer Festival has come and gone, and it was definitely one for the history books. Check out the highlights here!
Have you ever heard of a "Whack-A-Do" stick? No? Well, neither had I... not until I saw Jalan Crossland's set in the Meadow this year. Drummers are often known for their antics, but these guys took it to level 11. Check out the video!
Casper magician Lazarus Benson came up to the Beartrap Summer Festival to show off some of his mojo. Watch as Lazarus wows some unsuspecting festival goers.
Ignore the security guards. Ignore the shuffling audience. Just enjoy the music. .. Just enjoy the music.
Having now seen Taarka play live, there is no doubt of their diverse musical inspiration.
This year's Beartrap Summer Festival features an entirely new layout. If you weren't able to check it out, you can take a walk through the festival right here!
When you hear these girls play, it becomes obvious that they are no strangers to their instruments. They've been playing since the age of four, as a matter of fact. Kinda makes my rudimentary version of chopsticks look even more silly than previously thought.
They were definitely right when they said that we'd recognize this song. What a fantastic way to start Sunday in the Meadow!
Perhaps best known for their performance of Richie Valens' La Bamba, Los Lobos (Spanish for "The Wolves") have been performing together for over 40 years. With multiple Grammy awards in their collective prize closets, it's no surprise that this class act can still rock just as hard today as when they first recorded in 1977.
Big Daddy Love made sure to bring their signature energy to the meadow. If there is a more perfect act to play before headliners Los Lobos, we're stumped.