These music lovers pushed right to the front of the crowd to be at the base of the stage at River Sessions.
These music lovers pushed right to the front of the crowd to be at the base of the stage at River Sessions. Zizi Averill

GALLERY: Epic view of fans from the stage at River Sessions

WITH more than 4500 people packed into last weekend's River Sessions music festival, only the most daring music fans were able to push to the front of the stage.

The festival's organisers said the one-day festival was a huge success, with visitors travelling from interstate and even from overseas to catch the line-up of some of Australia's most talented artists, such as Amy Shark and The Rubens.

Hundreds of people pushed to the front of the crowd to enjoy the reverberating beats blasting from the festival grade speaker.

Were you one of the festival revellers who pushed their way to the stage?



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