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More Mission Creek Videos & Photos: Mirror/Dash, Ana Sia, Devotchka, Poison Control Center & Dennis McMurrin

Posted by Jay Geisen | May 15, 2011 | Arts & Entertainment

This year, I was lucky enough to attend a number of shows at Mission Creek. I made it to Mirror/Dash, Guided by Voices, Devotchka (briefly), Ana Sia, Poison Control Center and Daddy-O (Dennis McMurrin). Needless to say, I had a great time and got even less sleep than I normally do that week. Highlights for me were Ana Sia, Mirror/Dash and Devotchka. I think this year’s lineup was among the best in the six year history of the festival. I only wish I could have experienced more, but there is only so much sleep I can realistically deprive myself of. Cheers to everyone who had a part in making it happen this year and to all those who came out and enjoyed themselves. Can’t wait until next year!

 

Mirror/Dash at The Mill:


Created with flickr slideshow from softsea.

 

Ana Sia DJ Set at Gabe’s:


Created with flickr slideshow from softsea.

 

Poison Control Center at The Blue Moose:

Created with flickr slideshow from softsea.

 

Devotchka at First Methodist:

Created with flickr slideshow from softsea.

 

Daddy-O Dennis McMurrin at The Yacht Club:

Created with flickr slideshow from softsea.

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