Here’s What Went Down at Party in the Paddock


Seamus and Dylan

┬áIt’s drawing to the end of summer music festivals, and goddamn it’s been a good one.

And what better than Tassie’s own Party in the Paddock to provide the cherry on top of an already amazing slew of music? For a festival in its fifth year, it pulled some really big names from the Australian music scene, as well as being the last show for Sticky Fingers before they go on an indefinite hiatus. We sent photographer Lachlan Walker down to the little island down south to capture all the action on and off stage, and that he did.

Tash Sultana
Skegss stole my camera and did a photo shoot with their manager.
Anty from The Bennies on stage with Wil from The Smith Street Band
Mates.
“That’s not fucking beer.” Backstage with Skegss
When nature calls. Skegss ft. The Smith Street Band
Paddy – Sticky Fingers
Montaigne
Sampa The Great
“Tonight you’re watching a piece of history.” Sticky Fingers
Chris from The Smith Street Band
The end of an era. Farewell for now boys.
Kim Churchill. Nicest bloke ever.
Tommy Franklin
Tash Sultana is a true musical talent. Absolutely insane.
Wil knows

A grown man pouring his beer all over himself, whilst giving another grown man a lap dance will never fail to be entertaining.
Skate ramp at a music festival? Party in the Paddock has it sorted.

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