IN PHOTOS: Boonstock

PENTICTON - The first full day of Boonstock is over and it doesn't seem like the dust has gotten to too many concert-goers. WIth bandanas over their faces, people continued to dance, jam and party as bands and DJs tore up the stages last night.

The campsite is full of people, some who've set up beer pong games and others relaxing under tarps and playing guitar. 'Tailgaters' took over the day-parking lots and set up make-shift bars to help fuel their night before going in to the dry festival. 

The show continues today with performances by Wolfmother, Rise Against, Clockwork and Zeds Dead.


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