Summer Thompson, of Bishop, Calif., dances to Little Feat in front of the Sun Down stage at the Wakarusa Music & Camping Festival on Sunday evening. Thompson came to the festival to sell her silks, and said she enjoyed all four days of the event.
A steady stream of traffic by visitors and vehicles connects the campground to the festival grounds.
Andre Sitting Up and Erica Hunter discuss the artwork displayed on the festival grounds. Sitting Up, a Haskell student, was one of the artists responsible for the pieces. He said they were commissioned to embody the spirit of Wakarusa.
Debi and Frank Borrado, from Webbers Falls, Okla., listen to Little Feat on Sunday evening. "We've had a real good time," Frank said.
Little Feat guitarist plays Sunday evening on the Sun Down Stage at the Wakarusa Music & Camping Festival. The band was one of the last bands to play at the event.
A festival-goer finds a spot to catch some shut-eye. Sunday was the last day of the Wakarusa Music & Camping Festival.
Kurt Kiergaard, Desemmey, Fla., reaches for another can of spray paint in his tent at the Wakarusa campgrounds. Kiergaard performed in front of a small crowd to music by creating each of his paintings in about 10 minutes. He makes his living through his artwork but said he was enjoying the Wakarusa festival and was there primarily to play.
Rick Luebdert offers a cool-down option with his squirt gun to festival-goers walking near the side of the road. Temperatures broke into the low 90s under clear skies Sunday.
Pamela Colhouer, Lecompton, enjoys a drink and conversation with friends Sunday evening, the last night of the Wakarusa Music & Camping Festival.
An industrious festival-goer hitches a ride Sunday on the back of someone's car towards the festival grounds at the Wakarusa Music & Camping Festival.