Sunday, June 29
What: South of the border funtimes with music and tequila and lots of drinks no one will remember
Where: Playa del Carmen, Mexico
Rating/Status: R for language probably/Incomplete
Sunday night was the third and final evening of concerts at the music festival, and Ada's voice was already on the verge of a strain from the two other shows they'd played. The after-effects of some cigarettes and a lot of booze hadn't helped the scratchiness any, but she had sung with worse vocal conditions before, and she knew she could push past for another set of songs. Headlining the final night was going to be a major rush, and if she lost her voice completely by the end of the show, no problem. She didn't have another show scheduled for awhile.
That night, the beach in front of the stage was packed with an audience that numbered in the thousands. Some had come to Playa for the music festival, and others had been staying at resorts along the beach and just come over for the music. The atmosphere was one of drunken energy. In other words, it was one big party. She took a swig of her Corona (extra lime), downing the rest of the glass when the stage manager came to the tent they were hanging out in for the five minute warning. A look around at the band and Tiger, who was an honorary band member for the weekend, showed that everyone looked ready for a good night.
( That band's on fire, don't matter what I say )