What a fun weekend. I had a blast and will definitely be back next year. They ran a really good festival and delivered on pretty much every aspect. My only feedback for them would be to invite more bands in the future and try not to have it when it is so damn hot. They had large gaps between acts playing on certain stages and I think it would have been better if they had more bands. They did a good job making sure people didn’t get overheated. They had mist tents everywhere, had water bottle refills stations at every turn and several shaded places for people to retreat from the sun. We had a generator at our campsite which was fantatic. We got fans at night and was able to cook on electric skillets so we ate well. As far as the music goes… There were three stages inside with a tent for mainly electronic acts. They also had a stage in the campground. The sound on the main stage was one of the best I have ever heard. It was perfect. Fitz and the Tantrums – a really fun show as the band played with a ton of energy. I would definitely watch them again if I had the chance. Arctic Monkeys – it was a good show but I kind of felt like I was listening to a CD. They didn’t do anything special except for play their music. Kid Cudi – one of my favorite acts of the entire festival. I don’t like a ton of hip hop but always enjoyed Kid Cudi and he definitely delivered. Primus – they were what was expected and more. A good, funky show with all the old favorites. Eminem – his show was very well produced and the crowd went crazy. He did all of his hits and even a little tribute to Nate Dogg. I had a lot of fun. The music on Saturday was a lot better. OK Go – this was fun show and they drew a lot of people to the third stage. They did a song where the entire band used a table of hand bells. It was one of the coolest things I have seen in awhile. Definitely a band to keep an eye on. Flogging Molly – surprisingly this was the first time I have seen them and I was not disappointed. It was another one of my favorites of the festival. They drew one of the biggest crowds for a non-headliner. I will definitely be going to see them again. A Perfect Circle – most disappointing part of the entire festival IMO. The show was flat and it was like I was listening to a CD. Maynard’s didn’t sound very good and the show just didn’t have any energy. After 20 minutes, I bailed to go see Girl Talk. Girl Talk – this was probably the most fun show of the entire weekend and probably got the crowd more energized than anyone else. I went up closer for this show than any other and danced my ass off. I had to down 2 20 oz powerades after it was over to make up for how much I sweat. His set was a lot of fun and he had like 100 girls on the stage dancing. A damn good time. The Black Keys – what a show. I was really hoping they would deliver life and they did. I watched the first 20 minutes of this show in the crowd and then watching the last hour of it laying on the track with my hands behind my head. It was probably my favorite part of the whole weekend. It was kind of surreal to be laying on a NASCAR track listening to a band of that caliber. If you have a chance to see the Black keys, do not miss out. They were awesome. Muse – probably the best show I have ever seen. They alone were worth the cost of admission. They have been one of my favorite bands for awhile and after that, they may be my current favorite band. The music was incredible, the lights and setup was stellar, the sound was the best I have ever heard at a show, and their lead singer/guitarist is one of the most talented people I have ever seen on stage. He rarely stopped playing; as soon as one song was over, he was fill the gap with different songs such as Hendrix’s national anthem rendition and other classic songs. I just cannot describe how awesome their show was.