LOSSIEMOUTH’S fourth Wall of Rock festival has been hailed a fantastic success, attracting hundreds of young music fans.
Last weekend’s free outdoor event was headlined by Lossiemouth band, Peruvia, on Saturday night, 24 hours after Buckie rockers, Sunrise Tricks, had played a storming set to round off the Friday.
Event organisers have hailed it as the best yet.
A total of 15 bands hit the stage over the two days and nights, together with six acoustic acts and two DJs. Lossiemouth band Casey Inlet, whose members all attend the town’s high school, summed up the mood of the festival after coming off the main stage.
Vocalist and guitarist David Dickinson described the experience as "amazing".
"We had so much fun on stage – the atmosphere was just incredible," he said. "We pulled a great and fun crowd that we’re sure had an excellent time.
"We played really well and came off the stage with ear-touching grins. We were pretty nervous before coming on stage, but once we realised that everybody was just having a good time, we went crazy.
"It was so much fun, and we can’t wait until next year."
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