After eight years living in Melbourne, I went to the St Kilda Festival for the first time on Sunday. I happened to leave my camera battery charging at home, so I had to make do with my iPhone camera. I was disappointed. Apologies.
It was a beautiful day. I only went for two hours. Just to see Jebediah.
So many people packed the streets, enjoying the free entertainment and stalls.
Jebediah played on the foreshore near the sea baths. I loved their energy. I’m glad they’re still kicking around.
There was moshing. And crowd surfing. Much different to a Bob Evans gig I’m used to. I loved it!
I was so so happy to hear Harpoon then She’s Like a Comet. I died. Wow.
My week-long crash course in listening to Jebediah songs paid off because I knew a lot more words than I thought I did!
I started off viewing them from far away then realised I could have been down the front for a longer time!
I saw a man with two beautiful Newfoundlands. They were so affectionate. And big! I asked for a photo. He asked me to hold them while he took the photo. I was hoping they’d stay still, because they’d just bolted after some small dogs.
Fortunately there were no uh-oh moments. Unfortunately you can’t really see me in the photos. But the dogs still look gorgeous. And I was still doing the 30 for 30 remix – outfit 15: Bob Evans tee, denim shorts, hat, sunnies and ballet flats.