Day 1: Boulder Creek Festival

Crazy insane day. Busy is good. If you’ve never been to the Boulder Creek Festival and you’re within distance, it’s highly recommended. Something for everyone – amazing local art, good, live music all day long and the added bonus of the Boulder Bolder expo one block over. Ryan Hall will be around Pearl Street today at the Nissan booth, so we’ll try to be more active with the camera now that we’re in a groove.

The booth is made out of entirely second hand items (except for the bamboo hangers). The multi-tiered table is a couple of doors recycled from Resource 2000 (described as an architectural salvage mecca), along with the racks and the vintage boxes supporting the table – all good finds at “the yard.”

We already mentioned that the tent itself is compliments of Tri-Dubai – and yes, it’s already been getting alot of interesting comments – as most of the other tents are of the umbrella / instant pop-up variety.

EC Founder, Tony DeBoom, pulling double duty as he minds the booth and entertains young Juno DeBoom.

Literally thousands of folks were in downtown Boulder yesterday – checking out the festival. We’re expecting to sell out of a couple styles today – so don’t wait to the last minute. I would have to say the best moment of the first day was when Retul Founder, Franko Vatterott, came by the booth only to be identified as the in-famous Floyd Landis by passers by – ok, ok, they may have been tipped off.