Splendour 2010 was the best yet for many reasons. The insanely great line up was obviously a top one, but there were so many other highlights - the unseasonably warm weather, the chilled out crowd, breakfast burritos, catching up with The Grates, celebrating Sam from Last Dinosaurs' 21st birthday on stage, The Strokes and every single song they played, seeing the entire Mix Up Tent (and beyond) jumping in unison to Bluejuice and Mumford & Sons absolutely nailing it in front of a completely full Amphitheatre Stage. Speaking of Mumford's set, it seems that our very own Head of Marketing Craig May joined in the festive fun, joining the band and members of Angus & Julia Stone, Passion Pit and Boy & Bear on stage for a sing-a-long to 'Roll Away Your Stone'.
Craig has assured us that this was surely the highlight of his musical career and won't be returning to the stage any time soon. Luckily for us, our friends at Triple J captured the moment for us. Spot Craig second from the left (just behind Ben's left bicep).
FeedbackEna (29 September 2013 08:10:50)
Allison, your trip has been just awesome and I've eeyojnd each post. Sometimes when we go we don't stop and enjoy the view, we just keep going down the road. But sometimes we do and I have a hard time leaving too.
When jumping off stage into the crowd, be careful that there are no photographer's tripods or leads in your way, otherwise you could end up like this...
Just a small shindig...with BLOC PARTY, YVES KLEIN BLUE & DANANANANAYKROYD!!!!
Whitley returns in 2013 with a new album "Even The Stars Are A Mess" featuring the single 'My Heart Is Not A Machine'
Mumford & Sons are pleased to announce their forthcoming second album. “Babel”, the follow up to Mumford & Sons multi-platinum “Sigh No More.”