We were starving when we arrived around 3pm, so thank god for the food trucks - with no lines!
Fake Beatles - they were okay
The crowd - much less than the 10k they hoped for. I'm sure this was disappointing for the organizers but it made for a very relaxing day.
Kimchi fries with pork belly - from the frysmith truck - yum.
Dave enjoys some sweet potato fries
Fake Who. I don't really care for the real Who so this was just kinda eh for me.
Aeromyth! Now things are gettin' good.
Fake Steven Tyler looked a lot like the real thing and sounded like him too and could probably even fit into his leather pants.
Fake Bon Jovi - they were fun
Me and fake Steven Tyler. He told me he met the real Steven Tyler and the resemblance freaked Steven out.
On the way back to the freeway, we stumble across Farrell's ice cream parlor which brought back childhood memories for Kat and Dave (and reminded me of Happy Joes from my own childhood)
We pretended it was Kat's birthday. She got a free sundae and they banged the drum and sang for her.
Dreams do come true.
Kat dances as instructed to earn her free sundae.
Dave ordered the fake chicken dinner. It's supposed to have vanilla ice cream which would look like mashed potatoes but he wanted mint chip. The peas were mints. The chicken nuggets were butterfingers.
This is the best fake birthday ever - a fake birthday seems appropriate after watching all those fake bands, and drinking copious amounts of beer.
I got a banana split
Kat shows off her Farrell's hat and tshirt - fake birthday gifts from Dave.
This woman was doing a lot of math to figure out who owed what for a party of 20, totally ruining the birthday vibe of good cheer. Our cool waitress was patient with her.