Shawneetown Street Rally 2010!
Here’s a look at the big party held annually in Old Town, this year held July 15-17! Proceeds from the sale of wristbands to get into the festivities goes toward the village of Old Shawneetown.
Above, a $10 armband gets you into the party.
Above, a shot looking westward from the entrance to the party.
The park in Old Town was turned into a tent city for the fest.
Bikes of all sorts lined every street.
Above, outside the old bank building.
Above, there was uber police presence because of the pervasive rumors of a throwdown between Hell’s Angels and the Outlaws motorcycle gangs. No problems, though; all was quiet and rather pleasant, despite the heat.
Above, a shot (at a distance) of one of the wet t-shirt contests. It drew quite a crowd.
Above, Jill Burroughs, of Harrisburg, managed the bar out back.
Above, Kevin Skurat, of Benton, enjoying a refreshing beverage behind Hogdaddy’s, in the shade.
The afternoon band was AWESOME.
Above, a pleasantly inebriated bunch shook it to “Cat Scratch Fever”…and they gained quite an audience after a few minutes!
Above: We loved this one! Kenny & Marlene Roberts of Eldorado tooling around in their barstool ride, the perfect harmony of beer and movement!
Three ladies in the front there, enjoying corn dogs. We’re dieting and couldn’t have any fest food…
Above, 12-week-old Rocky is held by his human, Roger Bodine, outside the Bodine trailer. Rocky, Roger and Mrs. Bodine, Heather, were visiting from Mt. Vernon, Ill.
Above, Ashley House, of McHenry, Kentucky, found a way to beat the oppressive heat of Saturday and still enjoy the festivities.
Above, these gents have their priorities in order with their camper fully stocked. In the center is Rick Brown of Terre Haute, and at right (in the do-rag) is Jeffery James, of New Albany, Ind., who said he was “damn glad to be here!” and looked forward to telling his friends he was going to be featured on Disclosure’s web coverage of the event.
Above: there were plenty of watering holes for the partiers, one of them being a Disclosure vendor, Bob’s Bar and Bait, located in an old church building.
Above, a view of parking behind the bank building.
If you can believe it, we have another whole two pages of photos for you (all different than these!) in the upcoming August Special Edition, on stands Aug. 2-4…if you didn’t see yourself here, maybe you’ll make the print version!
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