This past weekend, music fans of all ages stopped by London’s Victoria Park for three days of live music. Before Field Day and Apple Cart Festival hit the field, Londoners between the ages of 13 and 17 flocked to Underage Festival on Friday (Aug 5) to catch the likes of Bombay Bicycle Club, Janelle Monae, Miles Kane and Pulled Apart By Horses perform.
Underage Festival 2011 saw Victoria Park overtaken by thousands of teenagers.
To celebrate the recent release of their debut album ‘Famous First Words’, Viva Brother pwerformed on the Topman CTRL Stage.
Even young music fans like to bring out the fancy dress attire at music festivals.
A very colourful CocknBullKid stopped by Victoria Park on Friday.
Florrie performed on the Topman CTRL stage.
The Chapman Family, NME Radar Tour alums (class of 2009), also performed at Underage Festival on Friday.
At least Underage Festival 2011 wasn’t muddy. A few punters show off their impressively clean rainbow of Docs.
Devlin also made an appearance on the Underage Festival Stage.
Missed Rizzle Kicks? They’ll be supporting Professor Green on tour this November/December.
Pulled Apart By Horses brought their standard energy-filled acrobatics to Underage Festival on Friday.
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