Watch: Inside Wilco's Solid Sound Festival

A month ago, Wilco's second Solid Sound Festival brought music fans to the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art—or Mass MoCA—for an event that was part rock-concert marathon, and part interactive art experience. Called "an antidote to big-name destination festivals" by the Hartford Courant, Solid Sound has been praised for offering a low-key, intimate, and off-beat experience.

Filmmaker Kevin Michael Kertscher of Indigo Studios was there, capturing the highlights. Below, the sights and sounds of weekend, with Wilco singer Jeff Tweedy and others discussing the philosophy behind the festival:

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