Jennifer Koss, left, and Christina Sampson, both from Marion, Mass., hula-hoop under the shade provided by an umbrella at the Wakarusa Camping and Music Festival Clinton State Park. The duo plans to camp all weekend long at the four-day festival.
Jennifer Koss, left, and Christina Sampson, both from Marion, Mass., hula hoop beneath the shade of their umbrellas at the Wakarusa Music & Camping Festival at Clinton Lake. The duo, who killed time on the opening day of the festival, plan to camp all weekend at the four-day festival, which ends Sunday.
Jana Brady and her husband, Cory, relax inside a tent at the first day of the Wakarusa Camping and Music Festival on Thursday.
The Goodwin family, from left, Jocelin, 4, her father, Shane, Camden, 6 months, and her mother, Lori, relax in the shade over lunch Thursday at the festival at Clinton Lake. The Goodwins are from Sunapee, N.H.
"Fast Ed," whose image has appeared on various band albums and the Woodstock CD cover art, gives the peace sign as he enters the main camp site at the Wakarusa Camping and Music Festival on Thursday at Clinton State Park. "Fast Ed" is from San Francisco.
Below: "Fast Ed," a festival-goer from San Francisco, slaps hands with a driver along the road leading to the main campsite at Clinton Lake.
Hairy Ape's BMX guitarist JJ Richards greets the crowd during a set on the opening day of the four-day festival.
Against the backdrop of tie-dye print, Andy Sinzauio, of Des Moines, Iowa, cheers on Floodplain, a jam band also from Des Moines, at the first day of the festival Thursday.
Hairy Ape's BMX Mike Dillon shouts to the crowd between playing the vibes during a set at the opening day of the festival.
From left, Christophe Baduei, Benton Bauer, and Julien Mourlon catch a nap during the first day of the Wakarusa Music & Camping Festival on Thursday. All are from Emporia.