|Forecastle dust explosion. Photo Cred: Spooky Fitzgerald|
Overlapping the Jazz Cartier set was the impressive Madisen Ward and the Mamma Bear on the Boom Stage. Which is unfortunate for fans of both, especially given that everything interesting seemed to be before sunset on the small stages; leaving the main stages with Safety Pop and Ensemble Pop such as the headliners Alabama Shakes. In years past the main stages hosted more diverse acts such as Big Boi, Devo, and Outkast. These days the main acts seem to be a revolving door of the same AOR bands like Beck, Avett Brothers, and Flaming Lips.
|Jazz crooning the Fan Girls Photo Cred: Spooky Fitzgerald|
|Jazz Cartier playing to an enthusiastic crowd at 1pm Photo Cred: Spooky Fitzgerald|
|Ladies love Jazz Cartier Photo Cred: Spooky Fitzgerald|
The next big hit of Day 2 was Teddy Abrams and Friends on the WFPK Port Stage at 6pm, with a multitude of surprise guests and local heroes including Scott Carney, Kevin Ratterman, Jalin Roze, and many many more.
|Scott Carney with Teddy Abrams and Friends Photo Cred: Marife Bautista|
|1200 and Jalin Roze with Teddy Abrams and Friends|
The WFPK Port Stage remained the stage to be on Saturday evening with Nashville's All Them Witches whipping up the crowd into a frenzy with their personal brand of Murder City Devils-eque Doom Rock, right after Philadelphia pop punk band Nothing.
|All Them Witches Photo Cred: Marife bautista|
|All Them Witches on Port Stage. Photo Cred: Marife Bautista|
|Member of Nothing|
|Alabama Shakes Photo Cred: Marife Bautista|
|Party Cove: The adult(ery) only section of Forecastle.|