Dec 09, 2011 12:00AM

Homebake 2011 Style on Film

The iconic Australian festival returns!

After a one-year hiatus, Homebake returned in 2011 for their 'Classic Edition'. There were plenty of classic artists filling up the bill to fit this theme, including Grinderman, The Church and The Triffids, plus plenty of newer acts and a handful of up-and-coming bands too. Held last Saturday, the weather couldn't have been better and, despite a few technical issues on the big stages, the music had crowds in good spirits. In honour of this year's 'classic' theme, Luke Latty decided to use old-school film (instead of digital) to capture the best bits of Homebake. Head over to The Festivalist to check out our full Homebake social gallery and review.

Photography: Luke Latty

www.thefestivalist.com

Rosie Dalton

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