It was time for the Laneway Festival once again in Melbourne at the weekend, and this year’s line-up certainly delivered.
While those lucky enough to score PIP (Pretty Important Person) passes were warned not to bother the ducks waddling through Footscray Park’s picturesque riverside setting, Oliver Tree and co. started off Laneway’s stage-outfit game super-strong with ski goggles and bulletproof vests that read “Protect This Bowl Cut”.
Neo-soul superstar-in-the-making Kaiit masterfully colour coordinated her eyebrows (orange) with her attire and (of course) revellers flocked to River Stage in the early arvo to worship at the altar of Tones and I (also dressed in orange) while showing off their lyrical knowledge during the #festivalmoment that was Dance Monkey (which has now surpassed one billion streams on Spotify alone).
Did you suffer from Laneway FOMO over the weekend? Never fear, STACK was there to capture the action. Photo credit: Craig Johnstone