Now that it’s the work week, can we just fast forward to the weekend? Boozie is just ready for Hangout, then Memorial Day, not these days in between. But to deal with these “school nights” as I like to call them, I’ve compiled some stories that will make you glad we have days in between the weekends to take a break from the cray-cray.
Feelin’ the bay breeze
Weekend before last, there was a wedding over in lovely Point Clear. The weather was perfect, the sunset was beautiful and Boozie hears there was even a glimpse of a “full moon.” Don’t remember seeing a full moon? Well, that’s because it could only be seen on the dance floor at the wedding.
One wedding-goer had drawn quite the crowd with her dancing, and her next dance move was one no one would forget, and I mean no one. She did a backward handspring, giving wedding guests a view of said moon. Her mother immediately pulled her off the dance floor. #timetogo
Boozie also caught wind another wedding guest who was letting it all hang out. Apparently one of the guys must have gotten a little hot and stripped down to just his pants and was dancing around.
Boozie just wonders what type drinks these folks were throwing back, because I want to avoid those … or do I?
Either way, it sounds like it was a really fun wedding! And weddings are made for a little harmless misbehaving, so good job!
The Amphitheater at the Wharf had a great start to its series of concerts. Last Friday night Florida Georgia Line performed with special guests Cole Swindell, The Cadillac Three and Kane Brown. Boozie’s spy said they put on a great show and kept the crowd moving. I guess that’s how they roll.
Rounding out the weekend at The Wharf was Chris Stapleton. My spies said Chris was as smooth as Tennessee whiskey and did not disappoint. Some even said it was the best concert they’ve ever been to.
Many of the spies also reported seeing a “Bob Marley dog” at the Stapleton. We are not sure if they were smoking too much wacky weed or there was really a “dog with mop-like hair” in attendance, but since we had multiple reports we think there must be something to it.
That’s just the beginning of The Wharf’s planned shows, so I’m sure you will be hearing more.
We hear Lower Government was hopping this past Saturday night, with two weddings at prominent local homes and venues – one at a private residence and one and one at Blacksher Hall, as well as an engagement party at the recently restored and oh so swank Antoinette. Later we heard, many of these folks spilled into Callaghan’s to catch Molly Thomas and the Rare Birds.
Well, kids, that’s all I’ve got this week. Just remember, whether rain or shine, dramatic or scandalous, or just some plain ol’ Chris lovin’, I will be there. Ciao!