Music festivals are always fun.
Spending time with your friends and exploring some of your favorite musical tastes, as well as some new discoveries.
Ignoring the mud, Splendour in the Grass is a four-day event attracting tens of thousands with plenty of music to go around. Mud might be a pretty big factor but that can be easily disregarded. Actually you don’t have to ignore the mud, it can be fun!
Splendour in the Grass festival takes place in Byron Bay which is in northern New South Wales. This festival has great music that is just too good to pass up. I mean the headliners alone will give you enough reasons to go. However, unlike other music festivals that provide a dry and stable environment to walk through and view the music acts, this one can get quite messy. Despite the muddy atmosphere, festival goers decided to embrace it and made the most out of their Splendour in the Grass experience.
Let theÂ muddy picturesÂ do the talking below.
As revellers at Byron Bay festival Splendour In The Grass celebrate the final day of festivities, the acts on stage have changed but the abundance of mud has not.
For the past few days the hashtag #SplendourInTheMud has been trending online with festival goers posting their muddy photos.
With grass fields turned entirely into mud baths, some people tried their best to avoid ending up in the dirt, while others embraced the mess and rolled around like pigs.
On Sunday evening, the festival will be closed by English rock band Blur. Other acts that have taken to the stage in recent days are Azealia Banks, The Wombats, Tame Impala.
Aussie music has been front and centre at the festival as Brisbane band DZ Deathrays played on the main stage on Friday afternoon, having only confirmed their set days before as replacements for British band, Catfish and the Bottlemen, who cancelled at the last minute.
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