7/28/2016 - Comfest 2016. No really, COM-Muahfugginn-FEST. Never in a million years did I imagine I would ever be playing at one of the biggest festivals in Central Ohio. With thousands and thousands of people in attendance, there was no escaping bumping shoulder to shoulder with someone you knew. Unfortunately, being that the stages were not labeled very well most people could not find the tent I was playing in. (LOL that's so funny to me)
Unlike any other performance, I felt so welcomed and appreciated. As I got out of my car after parking next to the Off Ramp Stage, I was met by 5-6 blue shirts. I proceeded to try to grab my parking pass to show that I was really supposed to be parked there. As I turned around they smiled saying, "Oh, we're here to help you with your gear." Well, little did they know all I had was my backpack. Throughout this journey of music, I have learned that you must cherish every moment of kindness. It's a very tough place to be, but the love I felt was real.
There's so much that went on during that day, but ultimately I was truly amazes how talented my peers are. Though the day seemed to be about me, I was more amazed by my homie Jae. The crowd control she held and her presence really inspired me. She had the crowd at her feet. I was so proud.
Anyway, all I can say is that day was amazing. And honestly, I have no words to say how I feel beside: thank you .