Jungle Love Festival is a festival like no other. If my name was Alice, Jungle Love would be my Wonderland. Walking through those festival gates was like falling down the rabbit hole into a secret land. In this spirited festival-land, everyone was at ease, considerate, having fun and just generally pleased to be hanging out listening to some of the finest music from our local scene. When someone tells you Jungle Love is ‘unique’ – take their word for it, because it is!

On Saturday we got to see some of Brisbane’s best up-and-coming acts strut their stuff (we’re looking at you Vulture Circus, Ayla, The Brains Trust and Baskervillain). We also soaked up some sun swimming in the creek, giggled manically trying to ride the hot pink bikes without injuring anyone (uncoordinated – enough said) and hung out in the aptly named ‘Chai Tent’ where we left with a newly formed addiction to iced chai.

Besides the music of course (which was SUPERB), the standout feature of the festival was the people. Jungle Love had this amazing community spirit akin to being on holidays with your entire extended family. Everyone managed to do their own thing whilst still being approachable and open to making new friends. An unhappy/rude/egotistical person at Jungle Love we never did meet. This was a place full of happy vibes and good times!

Here’s a few happy snaps of how we spent our time…

Vulture Circus

Vulture Circus rocking Zazu stage.

 

 Happy Snaps: A Day In The Life Of A Muser At Jungle Love Festival December 3, 2015 Jungle Love Festival is a festival like no other. If my name was Alice, Jungle Love would be my Wonderland. Walking through those festival gates was like falling down the rabbit hole into a secret land. In this spirited festival-land, everyone was at ease, considerate, having fun and just generally pleased to be hanging out listening to some of the finest music from our local scene. When someone tells you Jungle Love is ‘unique’ – take their word for it, because it is! On Saturday we got to see some of Brisbane’s best up-and-coming acts strut their stuff (we’re looking at you Vulture Circus, Ayla, The Brains Trust and Baskervillain). We also soaked up some sun swimming in the creek, giggled manically trying to ride the hot pink bikes without injuring anyone (uncoordinated – enough said) and hung out in the aptly named ‘Chai Tent’ where we left with a newly formed addiction to iced chai. Besides the music of course (which was SUPERB), the standout feature of the festival was the people. Jungle Love had this amazing community spirit akin to being on holidays with your entire extended family. Everyone managed to do their own thing whilst still being approachable and open to making new friends. An unhappy/rude/egotistical person at Jungle Love we never did meet. This was a place full of happy vibes and good times! Here's a few happy snaps of how we spent our time... - Vulture Circus rocking Zazu stage. - Bear Necessities bar had us sorted with Stone & Wood and a special Jungle Love cocktail.

Bear Necessities bar had us sorted with Stone & Wood and a special Jungle Love cocktail.

 

- Ayla wowed us with her incredible voice. We left with her debut EP When The World Ends.

Ayla wowed us with her incredible voice. We left with her debut EP When The World Ends.

 

 Happy Snaps: A Day In The Life Of A Muser At Jungle Love Festival December 3, 2015 Jungle Love Festival is a festival like no other. If my name was Alice, Jungle Love would be my Wonderland. Walking through those festival gates was like falling down the rabbit hole into a secret land. In this spirited festival-land, everyone was at ease, considerate, having fun and just generally pleased to be hanging out listening to some of the finest music from our local scene. When someone tells you Jungle Love is ‘unique’ – take their word for it, because it is! On Saturday we got to see some of Brisbane’s best up-and-coming acts strut their stuff (we’re looking at you Vulture Circus, Ayla, The Brains Trust and Baskervillain). We also soaked up some sun swimming in the creek, giggled manically trying to ride the hot pink bikes without injuring anyone (uncoordinated – enough said) and hung out in the aptly named ‘Chai Tent’ where we left with a newly formed addiction to iced chai. Besides the music of course (which was SUPERB), the standout feature of the festival was the people. Jungle Love had this amazing community spirit akin to being on holidays with your entire extended family. Everyone managed to do their own thing whilst still being approachable and open to making new friends. An unhappy/rude/egotistical person at Jungle Love we never did meet. This was a place full of happy vibes and good times! Here's a few happy snaps of how we spent our time... - Vulture Circus rocking Zazu stage. - Bear Necessities bar had us sorted with Stone & Wood and a special Jungle Love cocktail. - Ayla wowed us with her incredible voice. We left with her debut EP When The World Ends. - Jungle lovers giving new meaning to the term "rollin' on the river."

Jungle lovers giving new meaning to the term “rollin’ on the river.”

 

 - Next year we hope to make like this guy and carry a floaty whilst riding a hot pink bike.

Next year we hope to make like this guy and carry a floaty whilst riding a hot pink bike.

 

- The 'Chai Tent' otherwise known as the place where our iced chai addiction began. Heaven!

The ‘Chai Tent’ otherwise known as the place where our iced chai addiction began. Heaven!

 

- Getting amongst the colourful art. Massive thumbs up for Jungle Love!

Getting amongst the colourful art. Massive thumbs up for Jungle Love!

Kudos to you Jungle Love Festival, we’ll be back next year!!