Shaky Knees Festival 2014 – Day 3 Wrap Up
Shaky Knees Fest 2014 is a wrap. The second iteration of Shaky Knees had good people, great tunes, and a was a heck of an awesome time. The lineup was great. We didn’t really have any trouble with lines. Bathrooms, good to go. Atlantic Station ended up being better than expected. Easy to get around from stage to stage. The set up for the stages seemed to work really well also. The bad? Rain? Whatever, it’s officially a Shaky Knees tradition now! Let’s get wet every year! All in all, big thumbs up. Can’t wait for next year!
The first two years of Shaky Knees has proved that this festival is one of the best around. This one is here to stay. Atlanta is officially on the map for not only one of the best indie festivals around, but one of the best festivals in the world.
Surprise of the day? San Fermin. They played an early set but absolutely killed it. For those lucky enough to be there early for their set, we were all dancing are asses off in the hot sun.
Langhorne Slim played a great set.
Deer Tick is always a must catch set.
Jason Isbell blew away the crowd.
The Blitzen Trapper set had people around the Shaky Knees festival talking about their thrilling set.
Local Natives, one of the highlights of the whole festival, not just day 3.
Kopecky Family Band
Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros were on fire, sometimes in the crowd, with the crowd.
Alabama Shakes were the perfect closer to Shaky Knees 2014.