Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Photoblog: House In The Park 7 Part 1 @ Perkerson Park Atlanta Ga 9.4.2011

Well it was Labor day weekend here in Atlanta, and there was a bunch of things going on in the city. But if you are a fan of House Music , Labor day means only one thing House In The Park !!! This was the seventh year of House In The Park and as always House In The Park delivered. Ramon Rawsoul put together a really great event that even with the rain people were at the park from early as 7:00 am until well after 8:00 pm . Dj's Salah Ananse, Kemit , Kai Alce, and Ramon Rawsoul had the pavillion dancing all day long, people were grilling, children were playing and folks were enjoying the vibe all day long. A few quick highlights , Salah annouced that Josh Milan will be in Atlanta performing at Salah's birthday . Kemit played a interesting remix of Lovin is Really My Game by Brainstorm. And Kai did a cool classics set and he surprised me by playing If You Want My Body by Rod Stewart, the crowd went nuts . And at the end Kai played Stay Free by Ashford & Simpson. I'm still recovering from Sunday, so many people and freinds from Atlanta and Chicago, New York and beyond. I saw a few folks from Deep House Pages, and there were so many folks who were there that I did not see. So Ramon Thank You for producing House In The Park for the 7th time . I cannot wait for the 8th one, also if I did not take your picture I'm sorry there were too many people. And if you like House In The Park please go to the website and donate. And Thank You Kai, Salah, Kemit, and Ramon , your music brought some balance to the universe. Well thats enough of me lets see the pics. enjoy


John Crooms
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