Tom Tom: A festival in photos

The man with the plan, Paul Beyer, sets up. Photo: Tom Corey

Tom Tom 2013 has come and gone, but we’re having fun looking back at the weekend of music, art, and ideas through the lenses of a few local photographers. Here are some of our favorite shots, from photographers Tom Corey, Gina Proulx, Robin Macklin, and Nicole Sheridan.

What did you take in at Tom Tom? What were some of your favorite moments from the weekend?

 

The man with the plan, Paul Beyer, sets up. Photo: Tom Corey

 

 

Photo: Tom Carey
Rocking out at the block party outside McGuffy on Friday. Photo: Tom Carey
David Wax Museum takes a bow at the opening gala. Photo: Gina Proulx
David Wax Museum takes a bow at the opening gala. Photo: Gina Proulx
Dancers descend on the Mall. Photo: Nicole Sheridan
Dancers descend on the Mall. Photo: Nicole Sheridan
Tom Talks get musical. Photo: Tom Corey
Tom Talks get musical. Photo: Tom Corey
People losing their marbles during night voting. Photo: Robin Macklin.
People losing their marbles during night voting. Photo: Robin Macklin.

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