This weekend, music lovers from around the world came together to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Osheaga's Music Festival. With performances from Australian talent, Chet Faker to the oh-so strange Glass Animals, audiences were treated to one of the finest line-ups we've seen yet.
Jamming out with Weezer by day and partying with Kendrick by night wasn't even the best part. Osheaga was sponsored by a number of brands that totally brought their creativity to the table. From a life sized Mike & Ike vending machine to H&M's paint stations. I even got to see friend and favourite artist, Jessica Go in action.
There were things to do and people to see every where you looked....This was definitely the festival you wanted to be at.
Weird vibes, good vibes, better vibes. I saw it all. And like they say, "vibes don't lie".
As much as I loved dancing around with a hand in the air and a beer in the other.. It was really the city that made the trip worthwhile....and it definitely wasn't the partying.
I've never been much of a clubber, let alone drinker... The best times I had were exploring Montreal and sharing a smoked meat sandwich from Schwartz.
While some of my favourite performances included Klangkarussel, Tove Lo and Patrick Watson... I don't know if you'll see me at Osheaga next year. The most refreshing part was being able to find a secluded spot and listen to artists I didn't know the names of... While not having to be "on" all the time.
At this point I'd rather travel and see what's in store for our next adventure. What'd you think of the weekend??
Until Next Time,