01.32, 19 August 2018
The transition to the Nightpark, where the Groove is celebrated until late in the morning, can be it's getting smoother. And so the space for the Space Stage was already around 8 pm for an outdoor disco with large capacity: triggered by the Australian Timmy Trumpet aka Tim Smith. The DJ with the trumpet is a successful representative of the EDM scene. He filled the rows in front of the stage as no act had done on Saturday
Even better than Timmy Trumpet was the all-round rapper Left Boy on his performance on the Green Stage: there was hardly any way to identify. The boy made a very good performance, in which the groove set the tone. Even with the new single "Please break my heart not baby", the Viennese succeeded, and the dancing people were rewarded with ice lollies. The coolness of his announcements in English was still expandable, but there was little to complain about except this little thing. His fat beats kept everyone moving.
There were no dances at the next act on the main stage: "Frequency, can we make this an unforgettable evening?" Casper asked his audience. The contribution to this was at the beginning of a German rapp accompanied by loud guitar riffs and the repeated request "to the last row" to participate. After the hardness, the sustained dramatic ballad "Up and Away" was given. All in all Benjamin Griffey and his band delivered a more testosterone-driven mix of no-nonsense rock and a bit of rap.
Guitars also sounded on the Green Stage, which proved to be a reason for crowded ranks, as they were played by the Britpop veterans Kooks. And they had, as previously promised in the conversation with the APA, a few of the new numbers on the setlist. "Let & # 39; s Go Sunshine" is the name of the work, which is released on August 31st. The band turned out to be the quiet, melodic counterpart in the otherwise quite exuberant folk festival mood that prevailed on the entire VAZ site.
Meanwhile, the main stage was already over. The last act, DJ Kygo, was the reason that Saturday should result in a triumph of the EDM genre. In the beginning he & # 39; Born to be Yours & # 39 ;, sent his current successful track, which was made in collaboration with the Imagine Dragons. The million-seller DJ from Bergen, Norway, was the first to succeed with his remix of Ed Sheeran's "I See Fire" and, unlike his Australian colleague Trumpet, he fought musically with a slightly finer blade all the way.