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Anti-Faces

Portraits from the 2001 Anti-Fest

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By Jefferson Jackson Steele | Posted 7/4/2001

Without a crowd, a concert is merely a practice session. An audience can make or break a show, and a really cool crowd can make a good festival great. Here are a few friendly faces that caught my eye on Bourbon Street at "Anti-fest 2001" last Saturday. Hope ya' like 'em!

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