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Rainbow Island Music and Camping Festival at Nami-Island

The 3rd Rainbow Island Music and Camping Festival was held from June 6 ~9, 2013 at Nami-island, Korea (남이섬).  The whole concept of festival was Live ROCK MUSIC at it's three stages namely Rainbow (main), Island and Forest stage. Along-side with music performances, there were several events/shows/games going on the island. A joker-magician was amusing audience with his tricks, African dancers rocking their moves, jelly-bag is giving tough challenge to music-lovers to jump from a decent height etc. 

There were many games to play also, and they were organized by many start-ups or companies for promotional purposes!

So CAMPING is more fun or LIVE ROCK MUSIC ? or BOTH of them together ? :)  

Setting up Tent!! 

Inside view of Tent 

Rainbow Stage at Day Time June 8  Sat.

All three stages hosted artists at different times. There was 1 hour break between each performance so people can shuffle and move-around easily.

The main performance of the day started at night ( 7.30pm).  Yes, it was T|RAVIS again at RAINBOW-ISLAND. They sang many new songs along with old classics. Attendees really enjoyed their live performance!   I didn't expect it though but it was AWESOME!! 

TRAVIS started their performance with loud cheer of crowd!

at the end of their performance, they played a special song to thanks their fans!

After TAVIS, the NIGHT PARTY began with DJ's and LOCAL singers at ISLAND Stage. It was so exciting and mind-blowing that everybody started dancing INSANELY without caring much about their appearance :) 


Later the show of the day was concluded by DEAD_END Band, and every body went to sleep ?  Well may be....

Next day, performances started at 2.00 pm with local bands, and they rocked audience despite of HOT weather.

they sang well!

There were plenty of other events going at Rainbow island. Overall, it was fantastic event and worth attending again. Meanwhile, many people looked around nami-island and appreciated it's beauty.

A view of Nami-island

At the end , I would like to say thanks to KTO for providing this opportunity to attend Rainbow Festival. 


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