Lead vocalist Ryann Donnelly of Schoolyard Heroes, a Seattle horror punk/alternative rock band, keeps one foot onstage while fans reach toward her at the Fountain Lawn Stage on Sunday. The three-day festival continues through Monday with music, comedy and theatre performances.
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