Apparently summer is officially over and what a great summer we have had. No shortage of sun and no shortage of amazing events to attend down here in the South West.
The Totally Sound team have been really busy and have had the pleasure of being a part of some truely memorable events.
The festivals this year have been awesome. Boyup Brook Country Music Festival drew big crowds again this year and was fantastic. The line up included Troy Cassar-Daley, Tania Kernegan, Jonny Taylor, Codee Lee, Wild Dogs,
Connie Kiss Anderson and Courtney Conway, to name a few.
We usually put up a main stage picture but this year we thought we would show you this quirky little venue at the Harvey Dicksons Country Music Centre.
The Australia Day Spectacular is always big in Bunbury and this year was no exception. It is an all day event with our team involved from the start with the Australia Day Breakfast and Citizenship Ceremony. There were dedicated childrens and youth zones and
local band Skeleton Jump had the crowd engaged on the main stage in the lead up to the fireworks.
Nannup Music Festival was absolutley fantastic this year. So much for people of all ages to see and do. There were huge crowds and they were not disappointed. The lineup of talent was extraordinary.
The crew thoroughly enjoyed working with the many musicians and artists that graced their stages over the weekend.
The opening of the racing season is always a big deal in Bunbury. We loved working with Jo O’Dea from Art Events on the Viva Bunbury Fiesta, which was bright, alive and colourful….complete with giant pinatas!
Next was a visit from the ever popular Jimmy Barnes, who had the crowd singing heartily to Barnsey and Chisel classics under a full moon out at the Bunbury Turf Club.
Another great weekend for the crew at the Wignall’s Vintage Blues Festival. Moondog J, Ruby Boots, Morgan Bain, The Stray Sisters, Ash Grunwald, Timothy Nelson drew a terrific crowd down in Albany.