Devonport locals and lucky visitors were treated to a rocking good afternoon in Windsor Reserve on Sunday 10th December.
Talented local youngsters including several from Belmont Intermediate and Takapuna Grammar put a series of spectacular performances in which touches of vocal and instrumental genius were witnessed on occasion.
Threatening to drizzle a couple of times the balmy day stayed dry, and with food-stalls set up around the park, most people stayed all afternoon to hear the bands play out.
The festival is organised by local teenagers to showcase the music of young artists. This year’s lineup included the smooth, funky rhythms of Molly + The Chromatics, up and coming indie-rockers Dirty Pixels, the local hard hitters Slipstream, talented singer-songwriter Freya, Theo Sawyer’s dynamic and engaging acoustic pop, and youthful local rock combo Neon Flame.
Organised by Devonport Peninsula Trust and Devonport Youth Forum. Special thanks to Devonport-Takapuna Local Board, Depot Sound Recording Studio, Music Planet, and Phantom Billstickers for their support.