Feastock goes off with bang

Entertaining at Feastock 2019 are Jo Little and the Jared Smith Band. PHOTO: GREGOR RICHARDSON
Entertaining at Feastock 2019 are Jo Little and the Jared Smith Band. PHOTO: GREGOR RICHARDSON
A music festival in the bush went off with a bang and blew patrons' minds despite changeable conditions under a brooding autumn sky in Dunedin on Saturday.

Organiser Steve Marshall said the 11th annual Feastock music festival in Fea St, Pine Hill, hosted about 300 people from all walks of life.

"It was one of the better ones."

Mr Marshall said one of the highlights was a set from Wellington duo Earth Tongue, featuring Gussie Larkin of Mermaidens fame, and Ezra Simons.

"They blew everyone's mind."

Earth Tongue bills itself as a heavy psychedelic/fuzz band which plays loud, energetic and disorienting songs, often featuring themes of space and the occult.

Feastock began at noon in Pine Hill before punters keen to crack on hopped on a bus for a continuation of the concert at the Captain Cook Hotel on Saturday evening.

 

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