Midi is never mini

(CRI)
Updated: 2007-05-05 11:11

Though featuring small stages, the annual Midi Music Festival can never be said small in scale given the number of performing bands and the number of rock fans present. The 2007 Midi Music Festival even adds another hip hop stage to the original four stages, the main stage, the DJ stage, the rock and roll stage and the experimental music stage.

Midi is never mini
Performing bands.[Photo by sina.com]

After numberous fabulous shows for four days in a row, the 2007 Midi Music Festival finally concluded on Friday May 4 in Beijing's Haidian Park.

Compared with over 15,000 rock fans it received on the first day, the atmosphere on the last day of China's largest outdoor music festival was relatively cool.

However, the performing of the long-expected band, New Pants, still received fierce responses from the audience.

Veteran bands Yaksa and Mian Kong were also billed on the last day.

The fans were intoxicated by reminiscence in hearing old-time hits like "Our Times" and "Dragon Tiger Panacea" from the New Pants.

Besides the Chinese bands, foreign rockers, including El Caco from Norway, Dave Stewart and Rock Fabulous from the USA also delivered exciting live shows.

Alongside the music events, a creative fair, Dubbed as "I-Mart Creative Market", also ended on Friday.

Midi is never mini
Performing bands.[Photo by sina.com]

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