PHOTOS: What You Missed at the 2013 Life Is Good Festival
Jack Johnson and The Roots delivered killer performances at Prowse Farm in Canton.
It’s hard to believe that the Life is good Festival started off as a small get-together in the Boston Common only five years ago. Since then, it’s blossomed into one of the best music festivals in the country. Set up at Prowse Farm in Canton, Life is good is a charming, entertaining music festival that reminds you that—well, life is good.
This past weekend’s lineup was nothing short of spectacular with powerhouses like The Roots and Jack Johnson showing the audience a good time. A jazz group by the name of Lake Street Dive made a splash as their lead singer Rachael Price charmed the audience with her soulful vocals. And Yo Gabba Gabba! held down the children’s section with their funky and rambunctious jams.
If you weren’t able to make it down to Canton this weekend, check out these scenes from the popular two-day festival:
Dave Simonett of Trampled By Turtles was one of the openers for Day 1 of the Life is good Festival.
Rachael Price, the lead vocalist for Lake Street Dive, serenades the crowd with her rendition of “I Want You Back” by The Jackson 5.
Lake Street Dive bassist Bridget Kearney delivers an improvised bass solo as the band vamps.
Thao Nguyen plucks on the banjo during a performance at the Positive Purpose Stage.
Taylor Goldsmith, lead guitarist and vocalist of the folk-rock band Dawes, smiles to the crowd.
The Life is good Festival attracted more than 15,000 visitors to Prowse Farm in Canton.
Drummer Questlove and The Roots were one of the most highly anticipated acts of the festival.
Black Thought, lead MC of The Roots, smiles during their cover of “Sweet Child of Mine.”
The final act of the weekend, Jack Johnson, croons one of his tunes, “Banana Pancakes.”