Music Heats Up the 2014 Grant Park Summer Shade Festival

The 12th annual Grant Park Summer Shade Festival welcomed festival-goers to a weekend of incredible music, tons of fun and food galore! The festival supports the work of the Grant Park Conservancy, the organization responsible for maintaining Atlanta's oldest park.

Highlights below:

The crowd gathers in the shade.



Cheers!

Lots of  arts and crafts.

A popular area.

Festival workers were entertaining.

A very happy crew.

There was something for everyone.

The variety seemed endless.

What a prize!

Libations.

Chris Edmonds et al.

Potty time.

Fashionable shade.

Baby's first tan.

The Wheeler Boys drew a crowd Hip-Hop style.

An engaged audience.

Alan Richard Conner

Furanku Sabanai French

L-R: Andy Browne, Dean "Ninja Boy" Browne and Furanku Sabanai French.

Andy Browne

Jonny Daly

Dean "Ninja Boy" Browne

Pito Monteguedo

Jonny Hibbert

The festival-goers were from all walks of life.

I can feel her pain.

The mood for the day was "chill."

Sound engineers hard at work.

A bit of brotherly love.

More information is always available at www.summershadefestival.org or on Facebook, www.facebook.com/SummerShadeFestival.

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