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Published July 24, 2009, 12:00 AM

10,000 Lakes Festival photo gallery

Images from the music festival outside of Detroit Lakes, Minn.


John Bell of the Athens, Ga.,-based Widespread Panic leads the band through the first song Wednesday night at 10,000 Lakes. Panic headlines again Friday night.

  • John Bell of the Athens, Ga.,-based Widespread Panic leads the band through the first song Wednesday night at 10,000 Lakes. Panic headlines again Friday night.
  • Widespread Panic bassist Dave Schools.
  • A large section of concrete was used by hula-hoopers and various twirlers during Thursday night's performance by Gomez.
  • Some festivalgoers quenched their baseball jones in the batting cages.
  • Michael Garfield works on a drawing to the side of the stage while Garaj Mahal plays Thursday at 10,000 Lakes Festival.
  • Mandolinist John Skehan of New Jersey-based band Railroad Earth hits a high note while bassist Dave Von Dollen looks on during the second day of the 10,000 Lakes Festival.
  • Akron/Family performs during the second day of the 10,000 Lakes Festival.
  • John Langdahl of Moorhead shows his Minnesota pride at the 10,000 Lakes Festival while watching Minneapolis' Honeydogs.
  • Minneapolis musician Mason Jennings performs Thursday during the 10,000 Lakes Festival.
  • Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy performing the band's eponymous song "Wilco."
  • Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy performs  "I am Trying to Break Your Heart" Thursday at the 10,000 Lakes Festival.
  • Jeff Tweedy performs with Wilco Thursday during the 10,000 Lakes Festival.
  • Guitarist Nels Cline performs with Wilco Thursday during the 10,000 Lakes Festival.
  • Guitarist Steve Kimock leads his son John Morgan Kimock and the band Crazy Engine through a set Friday afternoon at 10,000 Lakes Festival,
  • Trevor Garrod and Tea Leaf Green play Friday afternoon at 10,000 Lakes Festival.
  • Singer/guitarist Corey Chisel sings in the Saloon Friday afternoon at 10,000 Lakes.
  • Craig Minowa of Cloud Cult sings while his wife Connie paints Friday afternoon at 10,000 Lakes. The Minneapolis-based group was a crowd favorite on the third day of the festival.
  • Matt Butler, the conducter of the Everyone Orchestra, a rotating group that pulls members from different acts, gets the crowd  into it Friday afternoon at 10,000 Lakes.
  • Sarah Krueger and Alyssa Volker sing with the Everyone Orchestra.
  • Dave Caroll (far left), Dave Simonett and Tim Saxhaug of Trampled by Turtles play the main stage of the 10,000 Lakes Festival Friday evening. The Duluth, Minn., bluegrass band drew the largest crowd in the first three days of main stage opening acts and was the only one to play an encore.
  • Barack Obama supporters watch a band at the 10,000 Lakes Festival Friday. The front of the shirts featured the Obama logo in the Grateful Dead skull.
  • Mandolinist Erik Berry picks his way through a song by Trampled by Turtles, but it was another Berry who stole the show. The musician's infant son Taelem earned cheers by playing catch with a beach ball thrown on stage and playing his chopsticks like a fiddle.