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Splendour in the Grass
Friday Night left the city at 4:15pm, swung past Moorooka to pick up Mirko, took 1/2 hour to drive from one end of Garden City to the other (in peak hour traffic), arrived in Byron at about 7:15pmPty Ltd played a very good live set at the Beach Hotel, had fish & chips for dinner and a few schooners of Heineken ...Saturdaythe show didn't start until midday, so when I got up in the morning I grabbed breakfast at one of the local bakeries and went for a walk along the beach.once we arrived at Belongil Fields, the first place that we ended up was the Tipi Circle. It felt just slightly weird to be dancing to a DJ in the middle of the day, but loads of fun!the crowd at the main stage was overwhelming - we were about the 1,000th from the front for Xavier Rudd, and only caught brief glimpses of him as he played. An impressive performance, but not a good way to see it.to say that Franz were tight, would be an understatement - this time, Mirko & I went right to…
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The "el Caro" crew, at Splendour In The Grass, Byron Bay
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