July 3 & 4, 2010 Nateva Music & Camping Fesitval, Oxford, Maine
Moonalice poster by Chris Shaw
July 3, 2010
According to Moonalice legend, the tribe has lived in the parts for hundreds of years. Unfortunately, Moonalice had no concept of real estate ownership, so we moved out of Oxford when the white people came and said the land was called Sherpherdsfield Plantation and it belonged to them. That’s too bad, because Oxford is where New England members of the tribe grew their most psychedelic varieties of hemp. The white people said hay was more useful. They were wrong. According to Moonalice legend, this show was supposed to be a private event for festival VIPs. They didn’t sell enough VIP tix, so they put on an open stage without telling anyone. Somehow, more than 100 people figured out that we were playing and came to the show. It was magical!
According to Moonalice legend, Oxford, Maine was home to the English university of same name. Unfortunately, we weren’t paying attention when the English repossessed the place, so it’s not here any more.
July 4, 2010
According to Moonalice legend, Oxford is home to the Nateva Center for Lobster Arts & Sciences. The center was the brainchild of Nateva Moonalice, a matriarch who dreamed of a utopian society based entirely on lobsters. Today’s poster shows Nateva riding her Lobster-mobile. For those of you who are wondering what happened to Nateva’s lobster-powered utopia, we’ll give you a hint. When she died, Nateva weighed about 400 pounds.
According to Moonalice legend, the Fourth of July is the 185th day of the year. It’s also a holiday with really good fireworks. And it’s the anniversary of the day when both Thomas Jefferson and John Adams died.
|Venue:||Nateva Music & Camping Fesitval|
|City, State:||Oxford, Maine|
|Date:||July 3 & 4, 2010|
|Dimensions:||12.75 in. x 17.25 in.|
- Listed in the art database at ExpressoBeans.com.
- Listen the July 3, 2010 show at Moonalice.com.
- Listen the July 4, 2010 show at Moonalice.com.