Community Festival 2019

Photo credit:    Harry McCulloch

Photo credit: Harry McCulloch

In the heart of North London, Community Festival opened its doors to a staggering 35,000 people piling into the park ready for an indie-filled day.

Swaggering on stage was fan favourite Gerry Cinnamon as he belted out classics to a euphoric crowd, blissfully singing back those insatiable melodies that launched him into the spotlight.

00s pop star come riot girl Kate Nash was a force to be reckoned with as she tore up the stage with unwavering energy while smashing through hits with a punk twist. With her recent documentary ‘Underestimate the Girl’ on BBC iPlayer, Kate proves to be one of the most resilient UK artists to successfully reinvent herself.

Bedord boys Don Broco really shook things up while donning some retro looking threads, filled with high kicks and head bangs, fans looked as if they were participating in an 80s themed rock aerobics class and loving every second.

DON BROCO   Photo credit:    Zac Mahrouche

DON BROCO

Photo credit: Zac Mahrouche

Acts like The Hunna and The Amazons sizzled on stage with their sweltering riffs and anthemic hooks while Blossoms kept things effortlessly cool on the main stage.

The Kooks topped things off with a career spanning set list and solidified the night as one of the summers best festivals for indie seekers.

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