The Lot at Schlafly Tap Room, 8/29/09 

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The annual outdoor music festival at Schlafly Tap Room downtown. All photos by Nick Schnelle.
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Members of the 75's haul their gear onto the stage.
Beth Shaffer holds her dog Waffles.
Mike Cracchiolo gets ready to bite Waffles with his blinged out vampire grill.
Joe Crawford and Pam Brown of Onesto pizza present one of their pies.
DJ DeadasDisco spins some records in between sets.
Ashley Woods pours a cup of Schlafly Pale Ale from the roughly 30 keg filled truck.
Guest bartender from the Royale, Matt Thenhaus, pours a pitcher of specialty Schlafly cask edition India Brown Ale.
The pulled pork from Pappy's Smokehouse in Midtown.
Allison Rose holds up a cup from J Brick Pottery as if it is is the Holy Grail from the Indiana Jones & the Temple of Doom.
A member from St. Louis BicycleWORKS works on the live art project using bike wheels.
David Langley works on a wood transfer drawing
Daily RFT's tech blogger Bill Streeter stands up after getting dunked.
Amy Graham and Chloe King show off their newly drawn tattoos created by Pl@stic.
Members of Gentleman Auction House stop by and get a pizza from Onesto.
Toby Weiss and Michael Allen dance during one of the performances.
A screen print poster from illustrator and designer John Vogl.
Jay Swoboda waits to be dunked in the What's Up Homeless Empowerment dunk tank.
Guest bartender from the Royale, Matt Thenhaus, pours samples of specialty Schlafly cask edition India Brown Ale.
Photographers from Lollipop Smiles took photos for people through out the day.
Failing to hit the target, a woman takes out her frustration by dunking Bill Streeter herself.
Sarah Christiansan offers a man some extra goodies at the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra booth.
Fredbird says to turn it up!
What's Up Magazine Editor-in-Chief Jay Swoboda gets dunked in the What's Up Homeless Empowerment dunk tank.
Two girls play a game of hoosier golf.
Dean McGuire tosses a bean bag in a game of bags.
The beer line.
The Dock Ellis band poses for a photo just after performing.
Mixed media artist Tim Wagner works on an abstract piece under the Art Dimensions tent.
Members of the Dock Ellis Band and the 75's greet each other backstage.
Ryan Stewart of Hazard To Ya Booty, middle, poses with fans.
Census volunteers who handed out Schalfy beer through out the day make a toast.
A crowd looks on as Jason Spencer works on a live art installation.
Daniel Burnett and Jason Spencer work collaborate on a live art installation.
Members of Jon Hardy and the Public hang out backstage.
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Members of the 75's haul their gear onto the stage.