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2000 Trees American Counterpart

Post by mehguitarer » Sat Sep 06, 2014 8:47 am

Is there such a thing?

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Re: 2000 Trees American Counterpart

Post by darlenet. » Sat Sep 06, 2014 1:55 pm

There are countless intimate festivals in all 50 states. What qualities do you mean to qualify as a counterpart?
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Re: 2000 Trees American Counterpart

Post by mehguitarer » Sat Sep 06, 2014 10:34 pm

:shock: just good music. I'm a music newb

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Re: 2000 Trees American Counterpart

Post by darlenet. » Sun Sep 07, 2014 12:33 am

Hey, I wasn't trying to be vague or flippant, but it's an interesting question because 2000 Trees is about more than just good music. The intimate vibe is pretty unique. So thinking about equivalent festivals is tough because of the size of them here. Firefly in Delaware has great indie music, and Newport folk festival has great bands, but I wouldn't call them intimate. To me, FEST has the most bands I like in one place, along with the camaraderie, but it isn't camping and it focuses more on punk music. For the intimate, outdoorsy vibe, there are tons of folk/ bluegrass festivals. One here in Florida is the Suwannee River Jam.

So off the top, I can't think of an exact equivalent, though it sure could exist somewhere. So glad you love live music. I'm sure you'll have fun finding the right festival.
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