Music lovers brave rain


Music lovers brave rain

MOSSVALE Park was alive with glorious music on Saturday, hosting the Summer of Soul Festival.
The summer weather may not have been on display at the Berrys Creek venue, but the soul certainly was with fantastic acts encouraging people to dance.
Hundreds of music lovers flocked to the park to hear the music of headliner artists like Lee Fields and the Expressions and Clairy Browne and the Bangin’ Rackettes.
The Basics, which includes Wally de Backer aka Gotye, drew a crowd while The Bombay Royale and Hiatus Kaiyote had people up and moving.
Opening act of the day, Pony Face, had many people grooving along to their music as they walked in the gate.
The rain may have fallen on and off, but that didn’t stop many enjoying the music, with many revellers more than prepared for the adverse conditions with boots, umbrellas, tents and ponchos all common place on the grassy viewing area.
The event was run by the Lyrebird Arts Council, which brings a great range of live music to South Gippsland.

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Posted by on Jan 7 2014. Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Featured. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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