Pinestock Music Festival
September 6th, 2014
Churubusco, Indiana isn’t known for much beyond turtles (it’s high school mascot) and this creepy burger restaurant with clown dolls, but Pinestock Music Festival in the last four years has given Churubusco a new name. And that’s home of one of the best fests in the Midwest.
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What: Pinestock Music Festival
When: September 7, 2012
Where: The Nate Norris Estate; Churubusco, Indiana
It has been almost two months exactly since Pinestock 2012, and it’s time for LxL to share the experience with the world. On September 7, 2012, Churubusco Indiana was home to not only the greatest music festival in Indiana, nor simply the greatest music festival in America, but the greatest music festival in all the world: Pinestock. In the summer of 2011, my good friend Nate Norris moved his home to the small town of Churubusco. After clearing out some trails through his newly purchased and heavily wooded plot of land, he had quite the abundance of dead pine trees. What else is a man to do other than gather his friends along with some brews and good music and set those trees ablaze. The event was dubbed Pinestock, and rumors of its greatness traveled far and wide. Unfortunately for me, I was out of town and not in attendance the first year, but I was determined to not let this be the case if it was to happen again. Sure enough, given a year to recuperate, rebuild and of course with the support of a few more helping hands, Pinestock was back in 2012 and for its sophomore year; it was bigger, badder, and better than ever.
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