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Woman: Justice at WayHome 2017

With the late night party in full effect after Flume‘s main stage set headlined WayHome 2017’s Friday night – Justice took over the WayBright stage and kept the people moving.

Bright lights, big sound, and smoke all came together and inspired dancing, cheering, and a lot of late night love in the crowd. If you were looking for a good ending to the start of a weekend festival – this was the place to find it.

Check the pics – and if you’re in the mood to dance, check out Justice when you have the chance!

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Friday Night Dance Party: Flume at WayHome 2017

The WayHome mainstage had its first electronic headliner on Friday night as Flume hit the stage with his dance inspiring set and turned the night into a full fledged party. People of all genders, races, and ages came together in the field at Burl’s Creek Event Grounds with no inhibitions, no worries, and to dance like no one was watching. And it was awesome.

With a light show to match the beats of his set, the Aussie performer/producer worked over the crowd from On Top at the start of his set to Free at the end. And at all points in between, he addressed the WayHome faithful, encouraging them to get their hands up and participate in the music as it washed over them.

For over an hour we saw girls on shoulders, felt the bass beat into our chests and through our feet, and long before the 75 minute set was over, we understood why WayHome brought 25 year old, Harley Edward Streten to play the main stage on the first night of the festival.

Check out more of Rannie’s photos from set, and hit play to listen to On Top and Free from Flume’s extensive library of dancy hits.

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