Expo East attendees enjoyed Colorado-based Yonder Mountain String Band Thursday night at the Roxy Ballroom in Boston. In attendance were hula hoopers, crazy dancers, and of course, bluegrass enthusiasts.
NFM Buisness Editor, Angela Cortez, enters the Roxy Ballroom with a smile on her face.
A sign presenting the Live Music Party presented by the Natural Products Expo East greets attendees as they enter the Roxy Ballroom.
Yonder Mountain String Band takes the stage at the Roxy Ballroom.
Yonder Mountain String Band guitarist Adam Aijala plays to the natural products friendly crowd.
Guitarist Adam Aijala and mandolin player Jeff Austin of Yonder Mountain String Band get down on the stage of the Roxy Ballroom.
Cedric Smith of Paino Organics and Denise Eaton of Nelson Bach enjoy the sweet bluegrass sounds in Boston.
Narragansett beer, a New England favorite was available at the roxy beer. Visitors to Boston were excited to see some local flavor.
Jillian Culver, Amelia Bunanni, and Melissa Kushi enjoy their booth at the Live Music Party Thursday night.
Attendees at the Yonder Mountain String Band concert enjoy the music.
Dancers get down at the Expo East concert 2009.
A hula hooper entertained herself as well as other attendees at the Yonder Mountain String Band concert.
A lit up Roxy Ballroom in Boston.
The view from the VIP balcony at the Roxy Ballroom.
A very dapper young gentlemen struts his stuff on the dance floor.
A very happy lady grooves to the beats of the break music as Yonder Mountain String Band takes a breather.
Attendees and exhibitors of all ages enjoyed the free concert.
It seemed the gentlemen dominated the dancing floor on Thursday night.