Wow! Valley Fiesta 2014 is over and what a fabulous two days of live music it proved to be. The Valley rocked to some great bands and musicians and the atmosphere was terrific with great crowds on both days. On Saturday night, the rain failed to dampen spirits and both Dan Sultan and The Preatures played rousing sets to close the main stage.
In the battle of the rappers it was REMI came out on top, his enthusiasm and crowd interaction on the Brunswick Mall stage was a far cry from the somewhat aloof and less polished main stage performance from Allday, although the myriad screaming girls in the front rows didn’t seem to mind one bit.
Also featuring on the main stage on Saturday were Inigo, The Royales, The Creases and Jordan Rakei, while the likes of Sampology, Safia and Motez also hit the Brunswick Street Mall stage.
On Sunday, the mall stage was the focus for the Q Music QMA Showcase that included great sets from Georgia Potter, Amy Shark, MKO and Mosman Alder before Jeremy Neale rocked and rolled his way through a typically rambunctious set to bring the festival to a close.
For more photos from both days of the 2014 Valley Fiesta, click here.