Japhy's Descent rocked the festival. Kalen Lander joined the band for a song.
Kalen Lander of TKLB?! sings to a wall of bodies crowding the stage.
36 Cents and a Dream performed backed by the incredble natural beauty of Apache Lake.
The perpetually cool Mikel Lander performs solo.
Frequent Kings hold down the indoor stage.
PC joined several acts on stage including Greyhound Soul (pictured here), Elizabeth Rose, and, of course, Los Guys, his band.
Underground Cities delivers a spirited performace and one of the best hair shots of the year.
Jason Messner and Friends
Snake! Snake! Snakes!
Future Loves Past hanging out with Pete Gonzales
Banana Gun and fans
Mark Zubia of Los Guys
Charlie Shooter and band, both above and below.
Instead, they headed to Apache Lake and Jeromeatherapy became the Apache Lake Music Festival. The event is more a gathering friends than a traditional festival. Organizer Paul "PC" Cordone just happens to be friends with almost everyone and creates the atmosphere of a giant camping trip. Makes for a great time every year. Our resident photographer Joel Ekdahl is there every year to comemorate the Festival in pictures.
Tucson fav Joe Pena of Greyhound Soul rocks out.
Steve Larson joins Greyhound Soul for the Apache Lake Festival.
Happy festival go-ers.
When the peaceful music celebration known as Jeromeatherapy was irresponsibly disrupted by small town coppers, organizers didn't for a second consider tossing in the towel.