Thousands of scantily clad revelers in crisp T-shirts, bikini tops, shorts and even fairy wings flocked to one of Melbourne’s most anticipated summer music festivals.
The huge crowd of young Australians descended on The Park in Flemington on Saturday to attend the iconic St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival.
Music lovers were in high spirits as they enjoyed an incredible lineup from big names in music including Stormzy, Dominic Fike, Steve Lacy, Faye Webster and Cordae.
Revelers partied in the sunshine as temperatures reached a balmy 28C, with some opting for comfort in sportswear and trainers, while others wore summery outfits.
Some even chose to accessorize their outfits with fury boots, scarves, blonde wings and long hair extensions.
Revelers arriving at St Jerome’s Laneway Festival 2024 at The Park in Melbourne’s Flemington
Some chose to accessorize their music festival outfits with fluffy boots.
Music lovers enjoyed sunny and warm weather on Saturday, with temperatures reaching 28°C.
Fans expressed themselves in fun festival outfits (left), and some chose to accessorize their looks with fairy wings and tulle skirts (right).
Pictured, partygoers arrive at the Laneway Festival at The Park in Flemington, Melbourne.
In the photo, a tattooed festival-goer accessorized her look with prosthetic elf ears, bright makeup and a handheld fan.
Festival goers enjoy the hot summer weather during the Melbourne show
Fans watch Angie McMahon perform during Laneway Festival at The Park, Flemington (pictured)
Fans were in high spirits as they waited for Steve Lacy to perform (pictured)
Music lovers were treated to an incredible line-up from big names in music including Stormzy (right), Dominic Fike, Steve Lacy, Faye Webster and Confidence Man’s Grace Stephenson (left).
It comes after thousands of revelers flocked to Adelaide’s Laneway Festival on Friday, strutting their stuff in their summer fashion best in bikini tops, midriffs, shorts and sportswear.
The mercury soared to 29C in the city center’s Bonython Park on Friday as the smile-filled, friendly crowd enjoyed the festival.
Cheyanne Howard, Nevaeh Luke and Piper Monfries captured the theme of the day, with the happy ladies decked out in bikinis and shorts paired with sneakers and boots.
Cheyanne rocked a sheer white dress over her blue and white bikini and all three ladies wore a cool pair of sunglasses on their heads.
Meanwhile, Eowyn Hannan, Maayan Whittaker and Alex Wallace showed off the exposed midriff theme, with all three decked out in light, airy tops cut above the navel, cropped jeans and then shoes.
Alex sported long black boots to give her more of a cowgirl look.
Shorts, whether shorts or cutoff jeans, also dominated among men.
At the gates of the music festival it was common to see police officers with sniffer dogs on Saturday.
Police officers speak to a man outside the Laneway Festival at The Park in Melbourne on Saturday.
The mercury soared to 29C in Bonython Park on Friday
The young crowd, full of smiles and full of friendship, enjoyed a line-up that included Stormzy and Dominic Fike.
Tank tops, bikini tops, shorts and open midriffs were the dominant themes of the day.
Michael Paul, standing with Yasmin Paul and Kian Paul, looked like the epitome of summer in blue and white striped shorts, a dark button-down shirt and white shoes.
Yasmin and Kian wore the look of the day: short jeans and crop tops.
Some of the men, however, did not have such a tight fit and displayed a “daggy” look of loose long pants and daggy shirts.
Outlandish fashion choices also permeated the scene.
A couple of lads were seen wearing matching ‘skeleton’ outfits along with charmingly odd sunglasses and hats.
A distinctive ‘hippie’ aesthetic was also present, a reflection of the freedom that a summer music concert offers.
Some festival-goers presented a playful fashion sense, with a trio seen together presenting a wonderful contrast of styles.
Some of the men sported a ‘daggy’ look.
A marked ‘hippie’ aesthetic was also present at the weekend’s music festival
A trio seen together presented a wonderful contrast of styles.
One is dressed in all black, the man in the middle is wearing an open Hawaiian-style shirt, and the other is sporting a bright pink cap and pink skirt.
Friday was a hot day in Adelaide, but nowhere near the levels of the Sydney Laneway outing, which saw temperatures reach 30 degrees in Olympic Park.
Maya Castronini, Zara Parletta and Marietta Lalidis held large blue hand fans to beat the heat.
In addition to keeping things cool, the fans looked splendid as elegant accessories.
After a series of successful shows in Australia’s capital cities, Laneway Festival will conclude in Perth on Sunday.