A big thank-you from all the happy stompers of the Cape to everyone who helped make the Full Moon Festival such a success. A rewarding night of banging beats and good vibes was had by all.
From the decor to the line-up, it’s clear that Full Moon Events put in a lot of effort and attention-to-detail behind the scenes.
And that’s what makes an indoor party so unique and enjoyable.
Others will agree with me when describing the event as positively different to any of its kind held at The Side Show.
Everywhere I looked, I was greeted by smiling faces. It’s always refreshing to encounter such a sense of of unity on the dancefloor (all due to the amazing power of psy). I am very lucky to have been part of it. Special thanks goes to Schalk Jaco Kruger for hooking me up with a spot on the guestlist.
Israeli extraordinaires, Nir Sobol & Eyal Tzur (Exaile) were central highlights of the evening. And just as promised, they tore Side Show to pieces. The pysk that radiated from the crowd was no less than incredible.
Listen to this insane track that Exaile played during their set.
In terms of visuals, party-goers were kept enchanted by out-of-this-world displays. Thanks to The Psychedelic Theatre for an awesome LED light show, Myles Design (and his psychedelicious yellow flower) as well as Frank Latter Visuals (below are some snapshots of Frank’s mind-blowing projection mapping at the event).
Further highlights included local acts:
Technicolour (Spectral Records)
I am super psyked for next year’s Full Moon Festival.
Stay posted for photo’s from the event here.
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as well as references to the photographers who captured the magic.
Have a raging week, fellow stompers.