Over the weekend, the family went to the Colorado Dragon Boat Festival. It has grown so much over the years. I can’t believe it’s been 9 years since the Hmong dance group my sister and I created performed there.
The food was delicious. They even had funnel cakes, cheese fries, and cotton candy. We know where we’ll be going again next year.
The Colorado Dragon Boat Festival was this past weekend. The family went to see my sibling’s band, One Sun One Moon (OSOM), play and had wanted to stay longer to see the main stage performances but it was too hot for the girls. I also had serious dehydration for a couple of weeks (with heart palpitations) and had to be careful since I’ve only gotten better within the last few days while taking prescription Potassium and tons of Gatorade (thank goodness for Costco) w/water.
OSOM had the stage for a full hour so it was great! This year performances were separated to smaller stages all around the park with the main stage being the biggest for the dances.
Here is a clip of one of their songs called, SOLID.
We were only only able to watch one main stage performance, a booty-shakin’ dance, by the Pacific Pride and Island Hearts.
The food was delicious as usual. These days I find myself forgetting to take photos of food.
The Colorado Dragon Boat Festival took place on July 30th and 31st. My sibling’s band, One Sun One Moon (OSOM), played on stage yesterday. The temperature was well over 100 degrees but it was worth it. OSOM was awesome! Even if they weren’t my siblings, I would still think they were awesome.
Here is a slideshow of OSOM during their performance:
Below are other performers we saw. We only went one day and near the end of the day so we only got to see a few.