I have to start by stating that I never been to any type of outdoor music festival. There are probably a few notable ones that take place close to where I reside but I am permanently unimpressed with musicians. It's not for the fact that I don't feel passionately about the music and the musical experience that a concert as a whole can bring but because I hate audiences. When you're in the audience you get to feel energy coming from your fellow concert goers (or festival goers in this case) - but you also get to feel things like sweat and the not so sweet smell of kids toking up when they should have vaped at home or anywhere far away from my nostrils. I understand that we all want to experience music in different states in order to feel the multitude vibes that a song can contain but is drunken slopiness the way to go? Does your off key singing really bring you that much closer to your fave? I will really never know. What I do know for sure is that Alex Turner is a babe and Foster the People really fostered their sunset hour set to some good effect. Here are a few of my favourite images that I took during the festival.