The B List: Best Costumes @ Festival 8

Now that we’ve had a few weeks to look at all of the photos from Phish’s Festival 8, we’ve put together our list of the best costumes at the event. It was a difficult decision as there were dozens of amazing ideas from multiple Festival 8 basketball teams to various Angry Mobs of Joggers to Pocahontas, but we whittled down the contenders to a list of ten.

10. American Gladiators


[Photo by Melany]

Thank god these characters ignored the recent version of American Gladiators in favor of the original ’80s edition. They really do look like Nitro and Blaze. READ ON for the top nine costumes at Phish’s Festival 8…

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