2016 was filled with hype, controversy, tragedy, many hits and a few misses. Thankfully, mine ended with a high for my first Falls Music Festival experience, and Lorne did not disappoint. The line-up boasted the very best artists, the weather was wet, windy and scorching hot, and it was a true celebration of making it through one helluva year.
To me it wasn’t just a performance or an exhibition.
It’s not a rite of passage per se, but attending Sexpo once in your lifetime is definitely an experience I would encourage. With my best friend in tow, who was a Sexpo virgin like myself, we were excited to see what Melbourne’s annual sex, health and lifestyle event would bring.
In most circumstances, waking up early, after camping in a queue, to then re-enter another queue may be a painstaking, dreaded experience. But when it gains entrance to Meredith, and prime position mind you, it’s an experience that couldn’t be more looked forward to.
“They say that paradise is hard to perfect but The Pleasure Garden comes damn close”
While the weather couldn’t seem to make up its mind ranging from cloudy with cold swirling winds broken by calm, sunny patches. The skies miraculously cleared the minute the Welcome to Country & Official Opening Ceremony signalled the start of the days’ events.
Over two nights (in which I went to the first) Oxygen College set up a showcase for its budding students who will soon be seriously entering the music industry, armed with the knowledge given to them from the college.
When: 17 / 09 / 16 Where: Torquay Hotel, Torquay Supports: Nocturnal Tapes Launching their brand new record Guerrilla Club, Caravãna Sun is fresh from the return of their European Tour, bringing with them a live show to the heart of Torquay on Saturday night. The Sydney outfit, made up of Luke Carra (guitar and […]