Thanks to the wonderful photography work of Benita Bell and Dan Fellow, we bring you… Festivale 2015 in pictures! If you missed the real thing, these shots will inspire you to take out your diary and make a firm booking for next year.
photos by Benita Bell
Festivale is one of the state’s premier events, attracting large crowds to City Park in Launceston over three days in early February each year. Tasmanian food, wine and other beverages complement the entertainment and fantastic venue.
One very lucky Think Tasmania reader won a competition for tickets to Festivale 2015 plus a night’s accommodation in Launceston. The winner was so excited, and we can totally understand their response. All that’s left to say… don’t miss it next year!
photos by Dan Fellow
Think Tasmania photographers Benita Bell and Dan Fellow were guests of Festivale at City Park in Launceston. If you or your friends have been featured in these photos, feel free to share the article link. Same goes for any business owners or musicians… you all look amazing!
The organising committee registered Festivale as a member of Think Tasmania. For more details about Festivale, visit the official website or contact Louise Clark (Festivale Chairman) on 0419 326 023. You can also follow Festivale on Facebook.
Benita Bell lives in Railton and owns Daydream Photography. For more information about Benita’s work, visit Daydream Photography online or follow Daydream Photography via Facebook. Alternatively, you can phone 0497 655 034 and speak with Benita personally.
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