Gallery: Scenes from Axis Mundi Harvest festival (updated)

Photos from the first Axis Mundi Harvest festival in Revelstoke.

  • Sep. 19, 2015 7:00 p.m.

Australia's Sticky Fingers were a highlight of the Sunday night show at Revelstoke Mountain Resort at the Axis Mundi Harvest Festival.

Want to see what’s happening at Axis Mundi? The Revelstoke Review has you covered. Follow our Facebook and Twitter for live updates, and check our Flickr gallery for even more photos. Editor Alex Cooper is being joined by photographer Keri Knapp to cover as much as the festival as possible.

Here’s our photos from the festival, which include the following groups and individuals:

— Sherman TANK Doucette

— Nyundo School Roadshow

— Buckman Coe

— Tequila Mockingbird Orchestra

— The Walkervilles

— Grounders

— Jamie Andrews

— Baskery

— Walk Off the Earth

— Adam Shaikh & the Outerworld Orchestra

— Seven Cullis-Suzuki

— A Million Dollars in Pennies

— Baskery with Ashley MacIsaac

— Little Hurricane

— Sticky Fingers

— Ashley MacIsaac

We will update the gallery every morning with photos from the previous day, so be sure to check back.

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