LIVE PHOTOS: Sloss Fest 2018 // Birmingham, AL

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This year’s edition of the Sloss Music and Arts Festival in Birmingham, AL was marked by incredible performances and unfortunate weather that created an interesting experience for the fourth-year festival. With severe thunderstorms causing delays to both days of the festival, the acts that managed to make it to the stage (11 out of the 44 acts were ultimately cancelled, and several more delayed into the late hours of the night) put on compelling and entertaining shows for audiences. Every festival no matter how established is at risk to suffer from the elements, and this year was Sloss’s unfortunate “rain-year”.

However, expect this festival to come back in 2019 and provide an experience like none other in the southeast. Stay tuned for our exclusive interviews with Sloss artists *repeat repeat, The Brummies, and Rainbow Kitten Surprise, and check out our photo coverage from the weekend below:

Arlie:

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Captain Kudzu:

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*repeat repeat:

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Lady Legs:

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Moon Taxi:

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Vance Joy:

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21 Savage:

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Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit:

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Morning Teleportation:

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Brent Cobb:

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The Brummies:

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Morgan Saint:

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Photo credits: Jones Willingham

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