Crowd WoWed by festivities

Francesca MannGeraldton Guardian
Singer-rapper Tkay Maidza got the crowd up and dancing during the RedFM WoW Fest Concert on Sunday, April 21.
Camera IconSinger-rapper Tkay Maidza got the crowd up and dancing during the RedFM WoW Fest Concert on Sunday, April 21. Credit: Francesca Mann/Geraldton Guardian, Francesca Mann The Geraldton Guardian

The Geraldton Foreshore was bustling with activity at the weekend thanks to the perfect weather, Easter holidays and the return of the Wind on Water Festival.

The two-day festival, run by the City of Greater Geraldton, boasted a spectacular line-up of family-friendly events and activities, including live music along the foreshore, an eye-catching kite display, and an adrenaline-fuelled water sports show.

A spectacular fireworks display wrapped up the first day of the festival.

On Sunday night, Australian indie rockers The Temper Trap stunned the crowd at the RedFM WoW Fest concert — the first time the four-piece had performed in Geraldton. Despite an ear infection, frontman Dougy Mandagi still managed to hit the high notes.

As The Temper Trap launched into their ARIA award-winning track Sweet Disposition, their last song of the night, confetti rained down on the crowd.

Australian singer and rapper Tkay Maidza was a hit with the crowd as she warmed up the stage with her infectious energy.

WoW Fest ran from April 20-21.

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