Today marks the end of a long-weekend that's left us with memories to spare. Set in probably the most beautiful place we've ever seen (the Gorge Amphitheatre in Quincy, Washington), the Sasquatch Festival was not only an awesome display of musical talent, but it was a collection of the chillest people around.

Nobody was pretentious. Everyone was there to enjoy the music and kick back.

Ok, so it was a little windy and the main stage closed for a whole afternoon on Sunday, but that didn't stop the likes of Leon Bridges from performing a sick acoustic set on the lawn.

And it certainly didn't stop Alabama Shakes from killing it with that seriously powerhouse voice.  

The energy was electric during Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats - especially when John C Riley danced on stage. And M83, Lord Huron, and the Cure were unreal.

The camp grounds were just as fun as inside the fest, and the vibe was laid back. What better excuse to rock a Canadian Tuxedo with little bit of plaid (head to toe denim, anyone)?

We survived (thrived) on cheeseburger dumplings, lemonade, and plenty of bottled water.

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xo, Ardene

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