There were only a handful of people to see yesterday’s magnificent sunset at Brooklyn’s East River Park. Those were the components of Keane, who’s lead vocalist, Tom Chaplin, repeatedly praised the concert location and Manhattan’s skyline. Why did the organizers of the Williamsburg Waterfront concerts place the stage so that every attendee would miss the sunset? To distract them from the artists? To only give the artists the privileged view? The only explanation that comes to mind is to direct the sound away from the residences behind the park.
Saturday, 7th August 2010
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