RECORD CROWDS

Ti­mona­matic rocks Reef Fes­ti­val

Whitsunday Times - - FRONT PAGE -

Air­lie Beach hosted an­other suc­cess­ful Reef Fes­ti­val on the week­end with an es­ti­mated 10, 000 peo­ple at­tend­ing events over the four days. There were more than 5000 peo­ple in the main street night for the Ti­no­matic con­cert. Sto­ries and pho­tos from week­end ap­pear on

AUS­TRALIAN pop sen­sa­tion Ti­mo­matic per­formed in front of thou­sands of fans in Air­lie Beach's main street on Fri­day night as the 2013 Whit­sun­day Reef Fes­ti­val kicked off in style.

Fans flooded to the Beach Mu­sic stage set up in the mid­dle of Air­lie's newly re­fur­bished main street to see the singer belt out hits If Looks Could Kill, Set it Off and cur­rent ra­dio favourite Para­chute.

Ti­mo­matic per­formed for just un­der an hour, thrilling the mas­sive crowd with his in­cred­i­ble dance moves and high en­ergy per­for­mance.

Five lucky Whit­sun­day Times com­pe­ti­tion win­ners got the chance to get up close and per­sonal with the Aus­tralia’s Got Tal­ent judge be­fore his per­for­mance, meet­ing with him back­stage where he chat­ted with ev­ery­one, posed for pho­to­graphs and signed their mer­chan­dise prize packs.

STAR STRUCK: Whit­sun­day Times com­pe­ti­tion win­ners Talon Deller, Wendy Wen­zler, Lau­ren Flynn, Tayla Steven­son and Ruth To­mas got the chance to meet Ti­mo­matic back­stage be­fore his con­cert kicked off the Whit­sun­day Reef Fes­ti­val on Fri­day night.

ALL SMILES: Ti­mo­matic sang happy birth­day to lo­cal birth­day girl Deb Savy at Frock­tails held at Deja Vu on Fri­day night.

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