Photo by Reed Fischer This sign was posted on the wall of the Dewars' garage
As the day went on, the grouping of cars parked in the Dewars' front yard expanded, and every so often there was an announcement like: "Whoever drives a Jaguar needs to move it across the street." Aside from the healing benefits of dangling one's toes into the pool, the day's music was at a comfortable volume on two stages -- one set up in the screened-in porch, and another in the back corner of the lush, green yard. We caught performances by Sweet Bronco's Chris Horgan, Lake Worth rockers Luna Rex, Gainesville's Lindsey Mills (who gets that Jenny Lewis/Joanna Newsom balance just right), and knotty West Palm Beach indie trio Lavola.
The party carried on long after our caravan had to leave, but here are a few photos giving an idea of what transpired.
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Photo by Reed Fischer The parking situation out front was surprisingly under control with no valets Photo by Reed Out back, everyone looked Photo by Reed Fischer The Honeycomb's Steve Rullman looks on while Sweet Bronco's Chris Horgan plays on the indoor stage
Fischer way from Jupiter for the show
Photo by Reed Fischer Zachary Dewar is on the far right wearing the sweet loafers Photo by Reed Fischer The scene out in the pool as shot through the screen Photo by Reed These Dewars fans drove all the Photo by Reed Fischer Luna Rex on the outdoor stage Photo by Reed Fischer Lots of seating in the shade outdoors Photo by Reed Fischer Lavola sounded just as cool as they look during Saturday's set Photo by Reed Fischer
way from Jupiter for the show
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