YOUNG reverllers enjoy the atmosphere of the Pro Show music concert held at Duranbah Beach at the weekend.
YOUNG reverllers enjoy the atmosphere of the Pro Show music concert held at Duranbah Beach at the weekend. Craig Sadler

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A SOLD-out crowd of 4400 fun-loving revellers partied into the night on Saturday for this year's Quiksilver Pro Show at Duranbah Beach.

Three stages, featuring some of Australia's best known artists, entertained the all-ages crowd on a scorching hot, sunny day that turned into a cool night.

A big hit with the crowd was Spiderbait's Kram, appearing solo for the first time, showcasing tracks from his new Mixtape.

Legendary surfers Mark Occhilupo and Mat Hoy also made guest appearances.

According to the police, there were some problems with underage drinking and fights, but festival spokesman Brad Hinds said organisers had complied with liquor licencing requirements and police had told him they were happy with crowd behaviour.



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