This past weekend, a standing-room-only crowd of 8,000 music lovers turned out to dance, drink and and sing along with their favorite bands at the Railroad Revival Tour in Tempe. (Some even watched from nearby rooftops.) All three acts, Old Crow Medicine Show, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros and Mumford and Sons gave incredible performances, and the night oozed of 1930’s nostalgia.
Although it was held in a parking lot, the show was a smash hit overflowing with a surprisingly electric and intimate energy. Whether whistling along to “Home” or clapping hands and stomping feet to the finale where all three bands played an extended version of “This Train was Bound For Glory,” the night was filled with great people and great music.
Click through the a full slideshow featuring breathtaking photos of the evening’s performances, after the jump