@ZackTeibloom I was worried we’d have to sneak in every day. At least we had a man on the inside. Two actually. Rob and Andy both bought tickets, so we figured maybe if we printed an extra out, they wouldn’t check. We convinced Matt to go at the last second and made sure he didn’t bring his own car so he wouldn’t puss out. He almost did anyway.
I hoped that a separate person would scan the ticket from the person putting the wrist band on. No such luck. But there was a catch. They didn’t scan the tickets. Not all of them. That was the key. Only half the people who scan your 3-day print out had scanners. Some just folded the piece of paper up and put it away. It didn’t matter that two Rob Shore’s were on the print-out in a row. She wasn’t looking.
As always, the key was finding the hole in security. We may have been able to walk by, but getting the wristband was massive. It makes today and tomorrow a breeze. We have the official wristband. I can’t even count it for #30 and #31 like I did for Jazzfest, because we’re no longer crashing. There’s a victory dance that’s been recorded. We’ll upload as soon as we can. Happy crashing.