May 6, 2008 The Baby Grand, Wilmington, Delaware
Moonalice poster by Chris Shaw
According to Moonalice legend, the tribe’s agricultural clan was often forced to disguise its crop to avoid confrontations with the authorities. As we discovered in Charlotte, tribe members in the Piedmont region went so far as to grow something else: tobacco. But in mid-Atlantic states like Delaware, the tribe stuck with hemp, making subterfuge a necessity, as well as a fine art. We learned more in the 3rd inning of the Wilmington Blue Rocks game, when a mascot like no other ran onto the field: Mr. Celery. We kid you not. A stalk of celery with a goofy grin, green shorts, and green knee socks. The entire ball field could have been full of hemp and you would never have known. All eyes were on Mr. Celery.
|Performers:||Moonalice, Tea Leaf Green|
|Venue:||The Baby Grand|
|City, State:||Wilmington, Delaware|
|Date:||May 6, 2008|
|Dimensions:||12.75 in. x 17.25 in.|