Ian McFarland, left, gets his air drums going while singing along with the San Francisco-based duo Mates Of State. Temperatures topped the 100-degree mark Saturday during the Bleeding Kansas Arts & Music Festival on Saturday at Burcham Park, Second and Indiana streets.
Phil Bonahoom, bassist for Conner, dangles a cigarette as the band performs Saturday afternoon on the local stage during the Bleeding Kansas Music Festival.
Justin Riley, of Lawrence, cools off under a water spout in the late afternoon sunshine. Temperatures reached above 100 degrees Saturday, leaving many concert goers looking for ways to stay cool during the Bleeding Kansas Arts & Music Festival at Burcham Park.
Kori Gardner, one half of the duo Mates of State, belts out the lyrics while playing the organ. Mates of State played to a large crowd from the main stage Saturday afternoon during the Bleeding Kansas Arts & Music Festival at Burcham Park.
Spectators sprawl in the shade Saturday afternoon during the Bleeding Kansas Music Festival.
Claire and Anna Hardin, of Iowa City, enjoy their Ben and Jerry's ice cream between listening to bands during the Bleeding Kansas Arts & Music Festival. Concert goers packed Burcham Park despite the heat Saturday afternoon for the shows.
The band Kelpie performs Saturday afternoon during the Bleeding Kansas Music Festival.
Chanute residents Andrew Klonowski and Aladeen Stoll lounge across a park bench during the early hours of the Bleeding Kansas Music Festival Saturday at Burcham Park.
Mike Gangwere, left, and Carley Gregory cool off under the misting tent near the entrance to Burcham Park. With temperatures rising above 100 degrees Saturday, concert goers at the Bleeding Kansas Arts & Music Festival found ways to stay cool.