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Some repeat attendees say they felt little changed in the festival without the world record pursuit. “I’d say the difference between last year and this one is not much,” said Alma Alejandre, 33, of Richmond. “It’s the same energy.”. Instead, Rosie Rally Home Front Festival’s main attraction was a costume contest which chose winners based on five categories: best traditional costume; best non-Rosie home front costume, such as a welder, nurse or electricians; best parent/child costume; best authentic 1940s costume; and most creative interpretation of the home front history.

Participants of the costume festival — from an authentic ballet shoes, stained glass, personalized, custom made, handmade, home decor, bedroom 1940s nurse costume to a female Captain America — waited in line to strut their best catwalk in front of a panel of judges, But most participants kept it simple and true to the iconic red-white-and blue look of Rosie the Riveter, “She’s a strong woman,” said Nancy Esponisa, 36, of Richmond, She and her daughters joined Alejandre and her family to the festival, “We are working women too, and sometimes we feel we don’t get the recognition out there.”..

Carly Rae Jepsen smiled as she looked out at the sea of fans stretched out in front of her at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. The smile was returned a thousandfold — maybe 20,000-fold — as people danced to the music on a surprisingly warm late Friday afternoon. “What a beautiful sight!” exclaimed Jepsen. “You have no idea. The most beautiful sight I’ve ever seen is right here.”. That kind of joy is contagious. And everyone seemed to have come down with it as the 11th annual Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival kicked off Aug. 10 in San Francisco.

Day One was a big success, drawing a huge crowd to see R&B superstar The Weeknd, alt-rock icon Beck, hip-hop-rock crew N.E.R.D., electronic music act Odesza, Jepsen and dozens ballet shoes, stained glass, personalized, custom made, handmade, home decor, bedroom of others perform on eight stages, Other acts scheduled to perform at the three-day festival, which runs through Aug, 12, include Janet Jackson, Florence + the Machine, Chvrches, Bon Iver, Future, Janelle Monae, DJ Snake, Broken Social Scene and LP, For more information, visit, The lineup is, per usual, absolutely loaded, Add the great setting, upscale food and drink offerings, and other fun distractions — a comedy stage, dancing, a brand new area devoted to cannabis (though you can’t partake there) — and it’s no surprise that more than 200,000 are projected to turn out during the three days..

This year’s festival is, among other things, a marvelous celebration of women in music. Outside Lands had never had a female artist or female-led act headline the main stage before, but there are two in 2018 — Florence + the Machine and Janet Jackson, scheduled for Days Two and Three respectively. Also, all three of the 2018 headliners on the comedy stage — yes, there’s a comedy stage at Outside Lands — are female as well. Those top acts are “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” and “Game Night” star Chelsea Peretti, “2 Dope Queens” star Phoebe Robinson and Michelle Wolf, the outspoken comedian who tore up the National White House Correspondents’ Dinner earlier this year and makes new headlines seemingly every day with her takes on Donald J. Trump, race, abortion and other hot-button issues.

Many of the highlights from Day One also came courtesy of female artists, Indeed, the set of the day goes to Margo Price, the amazing singer-songwriter who definitely ranks among the very best artists in country music, The old-school Nashville vocalist, blessed with a voice that recalls such legends as Loretta Lynn and Tanya Tucker, wowed a large crowd early in the day with cuts from ballet shoes, stained glass, personalized, custom made, handmade, home decor, bedroom her two records, 2016’s “Midwest Farmer’s Daughter” and last year’s “All American Made,” both of which were released on Jack White’s Third Man Records label..

— Jim Harrington (@jimthecritic) August 10, 2018. Yet, Price’s best work of the afternoon involved a pair of covers. She’d deliver a fierce and defiant rendition of Creedence Clearwater Revival’s “Fortunate Son,” which sounded all that much cooler because it was being performed in the legendary Bay Area band’s own backyard. Price later rocked through a solid take on Tom Petty’s “Last Dance With Mary Jane.”. Kudos also go out to Billie Eilish, 16-year-old rising-star who managed to turn in a fine outing even as she gamely dealt with an injured foot that required a protective boot. She didn’t quite reach the high level that she did during her show earlier this year at the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco, but it was still enough to make one believe this young electro-pop artist could have a long career in front of her.

— Jim Harrington (@jimthecritic) August 10, 2018, Then there was Jepsen, who many once believed was destined to be a one-hit wonder for the smash “Call Me Maybe.” Yet, she continues to defy those predictions and carve out a very nice career for herself, It was great to hear mainstream dance-pop — something we don’t get enough of at Outside Lands, And it ballet shoes, stained glass, personalized, custom made, handmade, home decor, bedroom was a blast to see thousands of fans sing along, at top volume, to “Call Me Maybe,” which just might be the best pop single for the decade..

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