Hawaiian shirts, pink, and prints and pattern from head to toe invade Southbank at Sugar Mountain.
At Sugar Mountain 2018, half the festival seemed to be packed into the Boiler Room amphitheatre for a raucous party with best-in-show sets going to Dan Shake, Honey Dijon and Shanti Celeste. Those escaping the sun in the Malthouse Theatre were given cerebral performances from Laurel Halo and Actress. At the end of the day everyone came together at the main stage for a nostalgic, joyous rave up care of hometown heroes Cut Copy.
This homegrown music and arts festival is always a street-style photographer’s delight. Hawaiian shirts, cheeks smeared with glitter, flamboyant prints and pattern from head to toe. This year was no different.