A QUICK look around Splendour in the Grass reveals a great deal about just who is attending one of the nation's biggest festivals.

From young to old, drunk to straight, Slayer t-shirt to panda onesie, it was certainly an interesting mish-mash of people from all walks of life.

The only real common theme was the love of music, likely found in each and every one of the thousands of festival-goers pouring through the Splendour gates.

With 70 plus bands jamming out for three days straight, almost everyone had a reason to smile.

Here's a glimpse at just some of the characters My Daily News had the pleasure of talking to yesterday.



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