Rach found the perfect vantage point for the event.
Fritz & the Tantrums got everybody shaking.
FreeSol, the Memphis hip hop band performed on the Stubb's stage.
Free of FreeSol at Stubb's Bar-B-Q
FreeSol guitarist, E Ives
Meanwhile, G. Love held it down at the Greenhouse -- a 3-day party Rachael threw this year on top of the annual Stubb's extravaganza.
The invite-only Greenhouse party was the perfect place to just hangout.
Gotta love G. Love!
Rach's husband John performed with his band, The Cringe.
Rach loved every minute of it!
Cringe drummer, Shawn Pelton
John (of the Cringe) on guitar
ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons showed up to jam with The Cringe and took the party to another level.
Two thousand people lined up to taste Rachael's spicy steak tostadas and catch performances by 14 kickin’ bands.
Bravery frontman, Sam Endicott, belted the band's biggest hits.
Endicott did a little wailing on the guitar too.
Bravery guitarist, Michael Zakarin, rocked his heart out.
Rachael and John