First-time Wakarusa Festival attendee Melissa Stevens, 28, of Norman, Okla., pulls some wet blankets across her car early Friday morning, after a thunderstorm passed through Lawrence leaving only a very wet trail.
Wakarusa Festival attendee Carole Murray, of Morton Grove, Ill., rings out some wet clothes Friday morning after Thursday night's storm passed through the campgrounds. The powerful storms offered up a brilliant lightning show.
Concert-goers find a reprieve from the sun under umbrellas Friday, June 6, 2008 during the Mates of State set at Wakarusa Festival.
From left, Lacy Ingle, Taurean Smith and Ainsley Burke, all of Lawrence, dance to Mates of State on Friday, June 6, 2008 at the Wakarusa Music and Camping Festival at Clinton Lake.
Ellen Keegan, Lawrence, sports a yellow flower in hair Friday, June 6, 2008 while dancing to Mates of State at Wakarusa Festival.
Keith Machonga, left, and Gerry Snyder, both of Manhattan, empty trash and recycling bins Friday, June 6, 2008 at a Wakarusa campground at Clinton Lake.
This school bus houses eight Wakarusa fans and has bamboo floors.
Virgil Villarreal's 1967 Volkswagon mini-bus is fully stocked for the weekend.
One of the odd vehicles used to ferry fans to Wakarusa. Six people drove from Chicago in this limo.
Wayne Coyne, lead singer of Wakarusa headliner the Flaming Lips, talks to reporters on Friday, June 6.
Children bang a revolving drum outside the Lawrence Arts Center tent at the Wakarusa Music and Arts Festival, on Friday, June 6, 2007.
Kevin Grantz, 43, Laurium, Mich., works with solar-powered car batteries, which keep his laptop computer and cell phone charged.