Day 2 was just like Day 1, except there were a lot more people.
The lineup this time around:
Yep, don’t know any of them either except for Benny Benassi and DJ Icey.
This time around, our friend K joined us.
Oh, and I found my new sunglasses. $12.50. Thank you.
People were still dressed up in cool costumes.
I think the watch is the most crucial part of that green outfit.
The hubs hooped, which always draws a crowd. People like watching that boy hoop.
His “hooping is so easy I don’t even need to move my arms” pose.
Of all the artists, Benny Benassi was definitely the best. DJ Heavygrinder was really good too.
Hubs even had a shirt made.
The front of the shirt says, “I am the bass” and she has a song called “The Bass is my Boyfriend.” She saw him in the crowd and gave him props twice.
K and I went on a few rides while the hubs hooped. While we were waiting in line, a guy standing in front of me told me that I didn’t look like I should be there. That I looked “innocent” and “like a teacher.”
I don’t even know what that means.
He asked me my name and when I told him, he told me even my name sounded like I should be a teacher. Oh, and the first thing he said to me was “how old are you?”
I’m just glad that’s still not giving me a complex today. And as you can imagine, it’s really making me look forward to my birthday in a week.
Here’s a view of the crowd from one of the rides.
Not the best pic, but I had to take it quickly before the ride dropped us.
Right before we left, we hit up one more ride.
Someone threw up on the ride right before we got on.
The best part of being first in line: avoiding the barf seat.
We all had a great time. I think I liked Day 1 a little better just because it was less crowded and no one called me old, but other than that, they were equally a good time.
Do you like rides and rollercoasters? (I LOVE them all. Hubs isn’t a fan and he knew I wanted to go on them, so he surprised me and invited K along for the second day so I would have someone to ride with.) 🙂