A night to remember: LaLo Fest 2016

Under the black lights on the practice field, students dance to the classic hit:

Stephanie Lopez

Under the black lights on the practice field, students dance to the classic hit: "Apple Bottom Jeans" by Flo Rida.

Mahima Siripurapu, Staff Writer

As the sun set and the water-color sky turned to darkness, Lambert students gathered on the school’s practice field to celebrate the largest homecoming dance in Lambert history: LaLo Fest. The 1100 students in attendance enjoyed music from a live band, Aisle 3 (a student led band), alongside a DJ, both of whom created the perfect atmosphere for a music festival. Kona Ice, Dominick’s Pizza, and Smokin’ Mo’s, local food trucks, were parked outside the festival for students. Against the black backdrop of the sky, students gathered in their glow in the dark paint to dance, enjoying one of the most memorable nights for Lambert.

Pre-homecoming antics dictate that these girls spin around in their flowing dresses and loose hair.
Lucy Kim
Students participate in pre-homecoming antics which include spinning around in flowing dresses with  loose hair.

 

Under the black lights on the practice field, students dance to the classic hit: "Apple Bottom Jeans" by Flo Rida.
Stephanie Lopez
Under the black lights on the practice field, students dance to the classic hit: “Apple Bottom Jeans” by Flo Rida.

 

Aisle 3 guitarist and singer, Bryan McKnight plays "Dani California" by Red Hot Chili Peppers as the crowd sings along.
Ansley Mitchell
Aisle 3 guitarist and singer, Bryan McKnight plays “Dani California” by Red Hot Chili Peppers as the crowd sings along.