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Hopscotch 2015 in photos

Posted by and on Mon, Sep 14, 2015 at 4:24 PM

Hopscotch Music Festival
Downtown Raleigh
Thursday, September 10-Saturday, September 12, 2015


The annual Hopscotch Music Festival descended on downtown Raleigh for the sixth year this weekend, with local and out-of-town bands alike convening on a handful of venues for three full days of fun. Photographers Rodney Boles and Nick Pironio captured many of the festival's acts across the stretch of the festival—click through some of their shots from the weekend below, and catch up on more of what you might have missed on the INDY music blog.

Hopscotch 2015: Godspeed in the rain, Deejay Earl in the basement
Hopscotch 2015: In search of Grandma Sparrow's Alewishus in downtown Raleigh
Hopscotch 2015: Navigating ups and downs with Natalie Prass, New Music Raleigh and more
Hopscotch 2015: Lincoln Theatre's great rap blast
Hopscotch 2015: Rallying around guitars for one more night
Hopscotch 2015: Locals (and some Australians), day and night


Battles at Lincoln Theatre, Thursday, Sept. 10. - PHOTO BY NICK PIRONIO
  • Photo by Nick Pironio
  • Battles at Lincoln Theatre, Thursday, Sept. 10.

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