A look inside the Garden & Gun Artist Lounge & Portrait Studio at the 2016 Sloss Music & Arts Festival
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Michael Trent and Cary Ann Hearst of Shovels & Rope relax in the G&G lounge before taking the stage.
The G&G Artist Lounge, designed by Southern Architectural Antiques, inspired by Southern juke joints.
From left: Garlan Gudger, Duquette Johnston, Jake Carnley, and Alexander Lazzari.
A guest enjoys a Birmingham Buck cocktail with mint-infused Old Forester bourbon, lemon, watermelon juice, amaretto, and smoked honey.
Shreveport, Louisiana, band, Seratones, pose in the G&G Lounge after their Sloss Fest performance.
Charlotte Wyatt (left) and Kenslie McGuire sip the refreshing Alabama Sunshine cocktail with Redmont Vodka, cucumber juice, coconut water, ginger liqueur, and lime.
The Bright Light Social Hour let their hair down at the G&G Portrait Studio.
A highlight of the weekend lineup, Alabama-native Anderson East.
Dylan LeBlanc, a Louisiana native who grew up in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, has critics calling him the next Neil Young.
A hometown favorite, Birmingham, Alabama's, The Burning Peppermints.
Steve Gunn keeps cool both on and off stage.
From July 16-17, G&G hosted an Artist Lounge and Portrait Studio at the second annual Sloss Music & Arts Festival in Birmingham, Alabama.
Special thanks to:Sloss Music & Arts FestivalSouthern Architectural AntiquesShindigs Catering