The month of June was all about running in your undies, playing in the sand, eating great food and drinking good beer. We even got a taste of how they do things in Vegas at the Electric Daisy Carnival right here at home. Take one last look at the month June before we head into July.
Electric Daisy Carnival came to a close on Sunday with performances by Kill the Noise, Clockworks, Rusko and more, and on the last day of the festival, fans gave it all they had.All photos by CuriousJosh.
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June's Craft Beer Hoppy Hour, presented by us here at the Houston Press, was centered around that wonderful breakfast food turned all day deliciousness: the waffle. Check out the food and the folks. PHOTOS BY FRANCISCO MONTES.
Two of the biggest names in pop hit the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion Saturday night as fans of both packed the venue for a night of modern pop classics and dancing. Check out the photos, and don't forget to read the Rocks Off review of the show. PHOTOS BY FRANCISCO MONTES.
Sunny skies made for good weather for a day out on the water and/or posing in your bikini. Add in some great good, solid jams, and classic cars and bikes on display and the Texas Outlaw Challenge had a hell of a Saturday. PHOTOS BY SARAH DE LA ROSA.
The party rolled on Day 2 of Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas with more music, more dancing, and more half naked people under the desert sky. Our Marco Torres was still on the scene capturing as much as he could.
The whole of the electronic music world is in Las Vegas this weekend for Electric Daisy Carnival. Our own Marco Torres is on the scene to check out the sights, the sounds, and all the beautiful people.
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