For those who made it to the Wool Exchange last Thursday (June 29) for Holy Holy’s show it really was a night to remember.
Photographed by Jem King.
For those who made it on Saturday to Karova Lounge’s sold out carpark festival, it really was a night to remember.
Photography by Leonie Smith at Costa Hall in Geelong.
As you’d expect, heading along to such a festival with an incredible heritage in Australian music, you are always going to find artists that you’d never turned your attention to before.
A sweaty loose affair was had by all.
“They say that paradise is hard to perfect but The Pleasure Garden comes damn close”
This year the gumboots were left behind as thousands flocked to Byron Bay and the home of one of the finest music festivals in Australia. Instead sheer dresses were rocked with Doc Martins, shirts became optional and sunnies soon became victims of the moshpit.
Close to 200 people turned out at Narana Aboriginal Cultural Centre to immerse themselves in a day of music, culture and art at the second edition of Narana Unplugged with visitors soaking up the relaxed atmosphere on picnic rugs and camp chairs in the native bush garden surrounds.