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Flavours of Oakleigh Festival

with MC Rebecca Barnard, Eagle and the Worm, Bobby Flynn, Mick Thomas' Roving Commission, Vika and Linda, The Public Opinion Afro Orchestra
Caravan Music Club Stage, Warrawee Park, Oakleigh
Sunday 20th March 2011

I did miss the first couple of bands, but it was going to be a long day and I didn't want to get there too early and have to spend all the day in the sun. I arrived in time to see the Eagle and the Worm only to go try and get Chilean BBQ and have to wait half an hour for it to cook (was good though.)

Bobby Flynn went well and I had a bit of a sit down in the Caravan Music bar and enjoyed them.

Mick Thomas' Roving Commission played well and it was good to see Mick again.

Vika and Linda were great as always and special guest Ash Naylor was on the guitar. Special mention must go to the storm of bubbles kids kept blowing across the stage.

I had not seen the Public Opinion Afro Orchestra before, but I thought they went well and I was surprised to be handed the bands' camera and be asked to take a few shots towards the end of their set. I hope they turned out OK.

After the last act I went straight up to the Caravan Music Club as I wanted to have a sit down by this stage.


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