Louder Than Life Festival photos

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The first ever Louder Than Life festival made its debut in Louisville, Ky. on Oct.4th and 5th 2014. While huge music festivals are no stranger to this city, Louder Than Life was a first of it’s kind….a “Music, Whisky and Gourmet Man Food Festival.” Louisville, has always been the home to the successful Forecastle hipster festival (insert puke noises here), so to hear that a hard rock/heavy metal festival was coming to town almost seemed to good to be true. The festival was success with a reported 37,000 people from all over country (and world for that matter) attending the 2 day party. We had a blast at Louder Than Life and can’t wait for it to return next year. I could spend a few hours at this keyboard telling you everything about this festival BUT, I’m not going to. I think we will just share some of the best shots that we took over the weekend.

Kind of just tell a story through pictures I guess. We did not get a chance to get pictures of every band because we were too busy eating great food, drinking LOTS of beer and watching some badass sets by some badass bands!  Anyways, you get the point. In the interest of keeping this short and sweet I’ll just leave you with my pictures. Thanks to Ashton-Magnuson Media for the hospitality. Enjoy!…..


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Marshall Stack refrigerators in the V.I.P. tent


Chad Nicefield of Wilson

Kyle Landry of Wilson

James Lascu of Wilson

Thanks to AshtonMagnuson Media for the passes


Jon Harvey of Monster Truck

Jeremy Wilderman of Monster Truck

Monster Truck


Wes Borland of Limp Bizkit

Sam Rivers of Limp Bizkit

Fred Durst of Limp Bizkit in the pit

Shameless Port-a-Pot advertising

Joe Dirt made a surprise appearance….still on the hunt for Brandi after all these years



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