It was a time warp back the 1970s at the Basin-ish Concert as the event got underway for the first of two days of live music at their new venue for this year.
Music lovers wore their best retro attire and had a feast of music to choose from with Bec Stevens, Kim Churchill, Boo Seeka, Spacey Jane and Ball Park Music all on stage on Friday.
It was a sea of deck chairs and picnic blankets as festival goers enjoyed a music festival under the new normal of COVID-19 restrictions.
In the shadows of UTAS Stadium, Vibestown had created a massive stage with two enormous screens to ensure that all patrons could enjoy the festivities from any of their zones.
Concert attendee Jayden Goninon said it was awesome to live music back after the industry was practically put on pause last year due to COVID-19.
"It's pretty awesome haven't be able to go to any events [for a while] so it's pretty awesome to have these acts come down to Tassie as well," he said.
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Basin-ish Concert was the first music festival experience for Sam Bosch and he was excited to experience it.
"This is my first music concert like music festival thing and it certainly is awesome that they're putting in the effort with COVID."
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