We've all talked ad nauseam about how music festivals have changed. We've reminisced (and bragged) about the good old days when FYF was at the L.A. Historic Park and before Coachella ever sold out. We've gushed about the days when the biggest bands in the world weren't headlining, but rather the up-and-coming artists who had a strong, yet intimate following.
But is the indie music festival really dead? Is the fact that people now swarm these festivals, many of them very young with their trendy "non trendy" outfits who want to see the bands that they hear "are cool," ruining it for those that should actually be considered "indie?" And is that even a prop...
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