Sure didn't mean to stir the pot... was just throwin' out some questions.
I'm good with whatever, just trying to understand the thought process. Here's another one.
What's the worst that would happen with Wed on the main stage??? I guess it would be if only a few hundred
people show up, and it would look funny, and it would not be cost effective. What's the worst that would happen if a few thousand
people show up??? A few thousand people would not get to see or hear much of the bands... and maybe a few thousand people would wonder why they came for Wed?? I understand that bands in the classic rock genre are getting more and more difficult to schedule, and I have no problem with going to three nights, if that makes it easier. I think the idea for having cover bands, or regional bands for a "Warmup Wednesday" is a good one.... all except for the Saloon Stage part...
Almost done.... IF you're marketing "Warmup Wednesday" as a free look-see for folks who've never been.... why would you not have the big stage up and running??? Seriously, people see local and regional bands in bars and casinos all the time. The attraction of Moondance IS the big venue, with the big sound...
Lisa, I know you're the "defender of all things Moondance"... so I hope you don't think I'm knocking the Jam.... I'm not. No icky feelings here, OK?
Ideas and improvements ONLY come from discussion... that's all. Personally, we would like to see Freebird and Hairball, but most likely won't if it's going to be in the Saloon. It's just too small, and I think I'd feel like a doofus sitting in my chair watching the big TV and the empty stage.