The Parachute Diaries: Sunday Afternoon: Stop Talking Start Dancing

At 1.20pm I headed off to the Deluxe Stage to see Shooting Stars play. And so did everyone else at Parachute. We arrived about five minutes before they were to take the stage and the crowds were already overflowing, we squeezed in the back while many people were left outside in the boiling hot sun.

Shooting Stars at Deluxe
Shooting Stars at Deluxe
Shooting Stars at Deluxe
Shooting Stars at Deluxe
Shooting Stars at Deluxe
Shooting Stars at Deluxe

After Shooting Stars I went to the Massive stage to see Rapture Ruckus perform for the third time during the weekend. This time Rapture performed a number of his older songs, and a brilliant version of Thank You which is written to his mum, who happened to be at the concert and got a loud cheer when Rapture announced that too. At Rapture Ruckus I bumped into two friends from Uni who had come down for the day.

The crowd heading off to the Massive Stage
The crowd heading off to the Massive Stage
Rapture Ruckus
Rapture Ruckus
Rapture Ruckus
Rapture Ruckus
Rapture Ruckus
Rapture Ruckus

After Rapture Ruckus I headed off with my mates to the Village where I brought a Tuna Sub from Subway for lunch. It was great! After chomping it down I went back to the Deluxe to see Trigger Theory followed by Arms Reach perform.

Arms Reach were the winners of the Wildcard Competition and had played on the Mainstage on Friday night. They are a great up and coming band, their music is a lot of fun and reminds me of Switchfoot in their early days.

Juliagrace followed Arms Reach on the Deluxe stage. The show was a good relaxed chillout and knowing most of the band members made it just that bit more cool.

Juliagrace
Juliagrace
Luke Oram performing with Juliagrace
Luke Oram performing with Juliagrace
Evan Cooper performing with Juliagrace
Evan Cooper performing with Juliagrace
Nic Manders performing with Juliagrace
Nic Manders performing with Juliagrace