Burger Boogaloo 2016 Photos

Burger Records took over Mosswood park in Oakland, CA, for their annual Boogaloo. The line-up was stacked, the sun was out and good times were had. Check out some photos here.

 

Photos: Jordan Joseffer

 

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Standard festival attire

 

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Amplified Heat

 

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Metal Mike of the Angry Samoans

 

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The Real Kids on the Tassel Castle stage

 

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Thunderroads from Japan

 

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Climbing the stacks and jumping off of them without missing a note

 

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Then they brought out Fink and played a Teengenerate set

 

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Traci Lords and John Waters. He introduced the bands which is fitting as he is a self-proclaimed old filthy punk

 

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The Trashwomen

 

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When it's too packed to get to the front, crawl across people's heads

 

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Thee Oh Sees

 

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Next up the dance and show band

 

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The Mummies made a grand and epic entrance atop of the original Mummiesmobile with a full marching band

 

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Then followed it up with an epic set

 

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Giorgio Murderer

 

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Tony Clifton got on the mic and made everyone really uncomfortable. For some reason he didn't make another appearance

 

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The Flamin' Groovies

 

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Chill nap spot

 

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The Dwarves ripped it up on the Dirty Mouth stage

 

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Terry and Louie

 

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SOTY party alumni, Shannon and the Clams killed it

 

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King Kahn and the Shrines

 

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Seth Bogart closed out the festivities with one hell of a show

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