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Grampians Music Festival success

Lori Heard, Naja Wells, Maddie Ervin, Evie Wallace and Ashleigh Voigt at the 2018 Grampians Music Festival.

MUSIC: Lori Heard, Naja Wells, Maddie Ervin, Evie Wallace and Ashleigh Voigt enjoy themselves at Grampians Music Festival. Picture: PAUL CARRACHER

Grampians Music Festival organisers are confident the annual event is primed to continue growing after a huge weekend of entertainment at Halls Gap.
Festival director Carly Flecknoe said members of an organising committee were absolutely thrilled with the event, which focuses on promoting and presenting up-and-coming Australian musicians.
PHOTOS | Grampians Music Festival attracts music fans to Halls Gap

“We’re still working on numbers but the crowd was up on last year, with early estimations of between 700 and 800 patrons. We had an amazing crowd with no security or first-aid incidents,” she said.
“We’re deep into planning and have had a lot of queries about next year’s festival, which is exciting. It really augurs well for its ability to continue to grow.”

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