Among the glow of the setting sun over Beaver Valley in a magical place called Epping Creek, a group of musicians and fellow artists gathered together to celebrate and build on their common passion for the arts as they sang together and drank together, in peace.
Pulling the audience in with his whimsical words Zoltan Stewart had this ora surrounding him, with a voice that brought depth to his music and brilliant lyrics poetically formed; somthing of a lost art among other artists. An unexplanable experience and I emplore you to check him out live.
John Brownlow, the host of the event and also the lead singer behind the band Sportswriters , has his own exceptional talent with reminiscent stylings of Eddie Vedder, The Rolling Stones and Ray LaMontange. Playing some of the greatest songs from their newest album, the Sportwriters had the audience begging for an encore, playing well into the night.
Many other artists played the stage, commanding the attention of the audience, and receiving many accolades from the crowd. The evening began to wind down which brought on the final stage of EppingFest, Campfire Sessions that continued into the late evening, before the night ended under the stars.