Grampians Music Festival 2017 Photo Gallery.

Well what a blast that was hey! The inaugural Grampians Music Festival in beautiful Halls Gap was the perfect combo of sounds and scenery!

We’ll be doing a review of the Fest in the coming days so stay tuned. In the meantime we wanted to share some photos we took of You! What a happy and amazing crowd. Our photographer didn’t really have to use his flash much as the glinting sun bouncing off broad smiles seemed to do the job!

#GMF2017 – Crowd Photo Gallery.

Sorry if we missed you. We’ll do better next year! If you see one of ya pals here you can easily share this gallery on one of their social networks (Share buttons at the end of the post). These images are heavily ‘compressed’ by-the-way but if you would like the original(s) just drop us a line on our contact page.┬áThe originals will be much better quality and larger size.

Really missing the mountains, weather and vibes now that we are back in Melbourne. Not to fear though, we’ll be back next year.

So…

  1. Festival review to come very soon
  2. Contact us if you would like the original photo (let us know which photo(s) specifically)
  3. Oh and perhaps most important – can you solve the riddle of the mystery hat wearers?

Cheers! (We weren’t there on the Friday sorry)

Faces in the crowd.

Click the images below to enlarge them.

There was dancing! Boy was there dancing!!

There were hats! (Can you identify the mystery hat wearers? Comment below)

About Festival Lens

Music lover with camera in hand. You see what I saw on Thirty Summers. "If you want to be a better photographer, stand in front of more interesting stuff" - Jim Richardson.

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