09.02.00 Laytonville, CA

Hog Farm PigNic (Black Oak Ranch)

I Was There
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BHIC joined Jackson Browne, Richard Thompson, Spearhead, and lots more on one day of the two-day "Hog Farm PigNic 2000." "In the Lord's Arms" was dedicated to Gov't Mule's fallen bass player Allen Woody.

Who Went

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Comments/Reviews

anonymous's picture

Another increble place for a festival show. Mendicino County is such a beautiful place. Juan, Dean, and David were all seen wondering around the festival, checking the sights and observing the diverse selection of bands that were performing.
The main stage was incredibly small for a Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals show. I was also impressed that the festival used bicycles to power their main stage.
The show brought relatively little surprises as far as songs played. Every song was performed well. The band had some difficulties with the sound early on in the show, causing a few delays between songs, but eventually that was fixed and the band proceeded to enlighten the crowd.