So my band, Bombard the Headquarters, is set to play a 25-minute set at Cornell's annual Cornstock festival this Saturday at 3:15 PM. We're stoked. Unfortunately, the weather forecasts for that day all indicate a strong possibility of rain--and hey, it snowed here today, and it's April 23. This is upstate New York, after all. The infuriating part is this: when I talked to the liaison from Cornell Community Development (who sponsors the show), she said that to the best of her knowledge no rain-out plan has been put into place. Pushing it back to Sunday (predicted to be gloriously sunny and in the 60s) or moving it indoors (there is an excellent and perpetually available room in the building on the front lawn of which the festival is to take place) are both viable options, but as far as I know nothing's been planned.