About Annie in the Water
Beginning as a duo years ago, Annie in the Water is not only a band, but a unique experience. The group uses rock, reggae, funk, jam and hip hop that fuses together to move the body and soul with every performance. Each member brings individual expertise to the stage creating a show of upbeat and conscious original songs, but also impromptu jams to uplift listeners to a whole new dimension. Combine these talents with their stunning lighting production, and you have a recipe for a good time and good vibes.
Having played concert halls and festivals all over the country, Annie in the Water has a special ability to connect with their audience sonically and energetically which helps them to cater their performance to their specific environment and crowd. With each new experience comes a completely new and unique show. Dedicated to building a platform that inspires growth, the band intends to evolve and raise consciousness while connecting the people of the world through music. AitW looks forward to involving you in their musical journey!
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Stream audio, read a recap and check out the setlists from Phish’s Camp Oswego festival, which came to a close on this date in 1999.