[PODCAST] Is Grizzly Fest In Woodward Park Good For Fresno?

If you’re new to the Fresnan, you may not realize I record a Fresno culture podcast with the Fresno Bee’s Joshua Tehee called, Flowing With Famous. It’s been around since 2004 (that’s when podcasts started, yo) and is released on the first Monday of every month.

On this episode, we are going to deep dive into the Grizzly Fest being held at Woodward Park. Does it belong there? Is it good for Fresno? These kinds of questions are asked.

Some other Fresno topics, Herb Bauer is closing and it sucks, something is coming to take away your view of the Security Bank Building, the Queens of the Stone Age show was awesome but it exposed a Fresno weakness, maybe we were fed a lie about Fulton Street, and much more!

You can stream by clicking here: FlowingWithFeb18.mp3
36.7MB | 1:20:36 | Some Bad Language

BAND OF THE EPISODE: The Morning Drive.

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THE Bands You Will Regret Missing At Grizzly Fest

I won’t be at Grizzly Fest on Saturday. Probably. But YOU should totally go because you are way cooler than me and deserve to treat yourself to the best music festival in Fresno. Well, best since F.U.S.E. Fest went on hiatus.

Yeah, I probably won’t make it because it’s Saturday and that means I’ll be making one worthless trip to the hardware store and a second trip to get the thing forgotten on the first trip.

I’m going to miss a lot of badassness. Fresno’s own Fashawn will be there, along with plenty of other national acts. I kinda don’t give a shit about those. I like the Fresno bands.

Some of the Fresno music will include Slow Season, Amoret, White Glove Service and one of the biggest Fresno bands of all time: 40 Watt Hype. They have a new video out, btw:

There are more Fresno acts but the two I will miss out on the most are Sagey and Wee Beasties:

Make sure you go and report back to me on social media (@thefresnan on Twitter and Instagram. trenchrun22 on Snap) and tell me all the badass sets I missed.  I think I’ll be busy getting drunk while watching house paint dry.

Now please watch the most genius use of Fresno landmarks ever: