Canadian rock band Arkells performed a high energy set at Bluesfest this year. Playing a variety of songs from their latest album titled Jackson Square really got the crowd singing! Pictures courtesy of a Nikon D7000, 50mm f/1.8.
Imaginary Cities came all the way from Winnipeg to wow the audience with their music. It was something new for my ears that I quite enjoyed and highly recommend. Peep the pics shot via a Nikon D7000, 50mm f/1.8.
Having recently performed an amazing set at Ottawa’s very first “Feverfest”, The Murder Plans continue their summer festival performances with an early evening set at Bluesfest. One of my personal favourite local bands, their amazing energy and unique sound can only promise great things for them. Keep an eye out for this band; not just on the Nikon D7000, 50mm f/1.8 captured pics.
Playing on a beautiful summer afternoon created the perfect vibe for Bedouin Soundclash’s set. Their music was enjoyed by a huge crowd, and they played a lot of their more well-known hits which the audience did not hesitate to sing along to. The day was shot on a Nikon D7000, 50mm f/1.8.
Library Voices, an eight piece pop collective from Saskatchewan, ON, performed a great set at Bluesfest this year. Blending a variety of instruments including guitars, saxophones and synths amongst others made for an extremely interesting and brilliant performance. Check them out of you can! Images taken on a Nikon D7000, 50mm.
American Celtic Punk band Dropkick Murphys drew in a massive crowd at Bluesfest this year. Singing, dancing, beer-ing… everyone was definitely there to party!
As usual, The Flaming Lips did not disappoint with the extreme creativity of their sets. Giant plastic balls, red smoke and confetti were all to see at this show.