Photos from Jacuzzi Boys at Zitfest

By | December 18th, 2010 | 3 Comments
Jacuzzi Boys frontman Gabriel Alcala

Jacuzzi Boys frontman Gabriel Alcala eyes the Zitfest crowd at the Orange Door.

Last night Zitfest kicked off at the Orange Door in Lake Park, which is about 60 miles and a quarter of a tank of gas north of Miami proper. If this were a local event, the decision to go would be a no-brainer. The lineup includes many of South Florida’s best bands, including the Jacuzzi Boys (who played a great set last night) and the Jameses, Guy Harvey, Sumsun, the Dewars, and Plains (all on today’s roster). Beyond that, the ticket is cheap ($7 for one day) and the beer is, too. But before you decide to venture across two county lines, you should know that Zitfest does not meet the full definition of a “fest”. It is confined to a bar in a strip center alongside railroad tracks — i.e., there are no festival grounds — and there is only one food vendor. Zitfest’s only legitimate claim to being a fest at all is its lineup of stellar bands, which of course is the most important part. My point here is that Zitfest is not for the blasé festival goer looking to catch a little music and re-up on hemp anklets. But if you’re game for drinking beer and rocking out all day, go.

Here are some pics from last night.

Slippery Slopes
Erik Grincewicz, the awesomely weird frontman of the Orlando-based Slippery Slopes

she by the wall

Diego Monasterios
Jacuzzi Boys drummer Diego Monasterios

Danny Gonzalez
Jacuzzi Boys bassist Danny Gonzalez

Slippery Slopes

hair

dragoness

got a light?

in the crowd

finger

Photos by Robby Campbell


3 Comments on “Photos from Jacuzzi Boys at Zitfest”

  1. 1 Monica McGivern, Palm Beach County Photographer said at 9:04 pm on December 20th, 2010:

    Thanks to all of the Miamians who made the drive up north! Great coverage, Beached! We were happy to party with you :)

  2. 2 Jordan Melnick said at 10:40 pm on December 20th, 2010:

    Likewise! It was worth the drive.

  3. 3 Sketchy Miami #5: Spot You, Still Here, Take It, 2 become 1 | Beached Miami said at 5:32 am on January 4th, 2011:

    […] Slippery Slopes frontman Erik Grincewicz, spotted at Zitfest. […]


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