17.06.09 by Jeff

Thanks Lifetime!

My friends at Lifetime Collective invited me out for a BBQ on their patio and then a few (million) other people showed up to hear Lightning Dust, Ladyhawk, and Constantines make some noise. It was a great party! Lifetime is a brand that fully supports the scene, and they’re also the ones behind the magazine I mentioned before, Selector. Cheers fellas!

lifetime collective ladyhawk constantines lightning dust vancouver concert

lifetime collective ladyhawk constantines lightning dust vancouver concert

lifetime collective ladyhawk constantines lightning dust vancouver concert

Thanks to Sascha for snapping these photos. I was too short sexy.













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • lapetitefaon

    short is sexy!

  • looked like a good time.

  • LINKS

    Dude in the first photo looks like Geof from ‘Ace of Cakes’.

    • AdamWR

      I just looked at the photo and thought exactly the same thing! As it happens my mother is currently watching Ace of Cakes as well. haha.

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  • It is Geof!!!





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