Wakarusa brings out the best in people -- bands love it, campers love it -- everyone is having a grand ole' time.
Friday night saw an entire night of rainfall, and the super cell storm that would be later confirmed to have created the largest tornado in recorded history left Mulberry Mountain and Wakarusa wetter and muddier than ever.
Atop a mountain, surrounded by an Arkansas forest, lies the 10-years-running music festival, Wakarusa.
Day two of Wakarusa was wild and wet, with a bit more action than the first.
While Mulberry Mountain could have technically been described as a disaster area, Wakarusa 2013 ended on a high note with incredible performances in an incredible atmosphere.
"WAKA WAKA WAKA!" It's the rallying cry of Fozzie Bear, Pac-Man and, well, Waka Flocka Flame. But you'll be shouting this all the way to Arkansas if you win our Wakarusa Grand Prize package: four festival tickets, a camping pass, and possibly a whole lot of Wakarusa gear!
Wakarusa Music and Camping Festival has a well-earned reputation for bringing together a wide variety of acts from all across the musical spectrum. Whether it's reggae, rock, bluegrass or dubstep Waka brings it all.