Photos: LUNA weekend in full swing, gearing up for main Saturday night art fest

LUNA SOUND on Friday warmed up the audience for the main event on Saturday evening. See you downtown tonight!

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Delhi 2 Dublin perform on the main stage. Photo: Aaron Orlando/Revelstoke Mountaineer Magazine

Revelstoke’s LUNA Art Festival weekend (Sept. 27-29) is in full swing.

For its third annual offering this year, the LUNA festival added a Friday night music festival, LUNA SOUND.

The Snotty Nose Rez Kids play the outdoor stage in the Regent Parking lot. Photo: Aaron Orlando/Revelstoke Mountaineer Magazine

The event saw bands perform at three venues at the Regent Hotel in downtown Revelstoke: the River City Pub, the Selkirk Room and an specially constructed stage in the hotel parking lot.

Delhi 2 Dublin take the stage for the final set at LUNA SOUND. Photo: Aaron Orlando/Revelstoke Mountaineer Magazine

As each set finished, the crowd rotated to the next venue inside the fenced off location.

Neo glam performer Art D’Ecco crossed gender and musical genre lines in their performance at the River City Pub. Photo: Aaron Orlando/Revelstoke Mountaineer Magazine

Perennial Revelstoke favourites Delhi 2 Dublin closed on the

SNRK on the main stage. Photo: Aaron Orlando/Revelstoke Mountaineer Magazine

The shows ran late, followed by a DJ set in the River City Pub.

Small Town Artillery play the Selkirk Room at the Sept. 27 LUNA SOUND festival. Photo: Aaron Orlando/Revelstoke Mountaineer Magazine

LUNA SOUND is a warm-up to the main event on Saturday evening. The third annual LUNA Art Festival features art installations located all over downtown Revelstoke. They include visual arts, and performance arts.

Here’s a sneak preview of what’s happening downtown. See you at sundown for the main Saturday night show, which includes musical performances late into the night at several venues!

Mountain goat sculptures made from recycled materials, located in Grizzly Plaza. Photo: Aaron Orlando/Revelstoke Mountaineer Magazine
Crews work on a performance stage modeled after a bridge, located in the parking lot next to Grizzly Plaza. Photo: Aaron Orlando/Revelstoke Mountaineer Magazine
Local artist Turbo Bambi sets up her work in Grizzly Plaza. hoto: Aaron Orlando/Revelstoke Mountaineer Magazine
Artist Pauline Hunt’s works on display at the Modern Bakeshop & Cafe. Photo: Aaron Orlando/Revelstoke Mountaineer Magazine

There’s so much more already happening downtown. See you this evening!