Sunday was the final day of Keloha 2013. The exceptional music, wonderful weather and great times continued!
Sunday featured a diverse variety of music ranging from the folk-inspired sounds of the Washboard Union to the trumpet driven pop sound of Capital Cities.
Washboard Union delivered a lively performance that that really engaged the Sandbar Stage crowd.
Zerbin, winners of our Facebook Band Contest, delivered a set that encouraged crowd participation. Their performance was incredible and radiated their raw musical talent. If you haven’t seen them, check them out next time they are playing a venue near you!
The Boom Booms are always a crowd favorite and always put on a killer show. They delivered the first of their two KELOHA related performances to conclude festivities on the Sandbar Stage.
Despite being delayed by a highway closure, the Matinee was able to have their set rescheduled to the Island Stage. Although they must have been exhausted from such a stressfully tight travel schedule, they appeared energetic and relaxed on stage.
Victoria based Indie rockers current swell showed the crowd the talent that earned them first place at the 2011 Peak Performance Project.
Capital Cities stole the show. With such infectious, positive energy, many fans could have left KELOHA fulfilled after experiencing this performance.
MGMT closed KELOHA 2013 with a solid set, but their hit song “Kids” was noticeably absent. After an encore, MGMT left the stage to crowd chants of “KIDS, KIDS, KIDS.”
After the conclusion of the festivities at Waterfront Park, many fans, bands and staff members headed over to Sapphire to hear The Boom Booms bring down the house as part of the official after party series. The Boom Booms injected a massive boost of energy into what otherwise would have been an exhausted crowd!
The Wet Ape Productions team wants to thank all of our sponsors, all of the artists and most importantly YOU the fans for supporting KELOHA 2013! We couldn’t have had such a memorable event without you. Start getting excited for KELOHA 2014.