The last day to score free sunglasses while waiting to see your favorite band. The last day to visit R&B singer Kelis' new food truck. The last day to frantically search for an available outlet to charge your phone. The last day to get a really good breakfast taco.
Had the show taken place on Friday, the symphony’s visiting faux Fab Four — the spot-on, highly charismatic Classical Mystery Tour Band — would have performed their second of the night’s three encores, “Twist and Shout,” exactly half a century after its debut at No. 55 on March 14, 1964.
Despite a wild show by Lady Gaga and an appearance by two of the world's biggest rap artists, Jay Z and Kanye West, music writer Kevin Coffey says his most memorable festival moments have taken place at small venues.