Published on Thu Jul 8, 2010 by David J Colbran
I have been busy working at two music festivals shooting for specialist picture agency ArenaPAL.
In Liverpool, over a sunny weekend early June, Sefton Park hosted Africa Oye. It is the UK's biggest free African music festival and proved again to be a massive success with 30 000 plus people visiting. Definately one of the highlights of the year for me and just a short walk from my house - great !
Les Espoires De Coronthie
Later in June as usual, I covered Glastonbury Festival for ArenaPAL in Somerset for the third year running with full press acreditation. The weekend was hot and thankfully mudless. Highlights below.
To see the full set of Glastonbury Festival 2010 images click the jump link to the ArenaPAL library archive.
Read about the mobile network Orange using one of my Glastonbury photographs in a recent advertising campaign via the jump.
Next up is Womad at Charlton Park - get in touch if you have image requests or are looking for a reliable professional photographer to cover your PR or music event.Glastonbury, festivals, AfricaOye, music, worldmusic Author: David J Colbran
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Africa Oye is the UK's largest free African music festival and it just keeps getting better and better. It is an Oye Family now - a solid crew of management and trustees and an audience that knows how to party ! Read more...
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