Melbourne concert photography

Scott Dagg

Live Music Concert and Festival Pit Photographer

  • Website ~ Website
  • Location of Music Photographer ~ Melbourne / Australia
  • Available to work in any country ~ Yes
  • Available for Tour ~ Yes
  • Freelance ~ Yes
  • Published work ~¬† Yes

 Live music images from the Pit 

The opening gallery of Melbourne concert photography starts with the English musician John Parr. Originally from Ireland and now living in Australia the photographer`s next image is of Kneecap, the hip hop trio. Loyle Carner is then captured whilst performing at the All Together Now Festival.


Two black and white captures of Rudimental in concert at the Wild Roots Festival start the second gallery. Followed by a close up of Ispini Na Heireann taken at the Féile Nasc festival in Dublin

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Billy Ocean

The third gallery is of the R&B, Pop, Soul and Reggae singer Billy Ocean. He was captured from the stage and pit area during the Forever Young Festival in Co Kildare, Ireland.

In black and white

Starting this black and white gallery is the British musician Midge Ure. The ambient electronic dance music duo The Blaze are then captured at the Body & Soul Festival. The third image is of the next generation festival goers

Forever Young Festival

The fifth and final gallery from the Melbourne concert photographer were all taken at the Forever Young Festival. With Hothouse Flowers, Qween and Soul II Soul all captured at Ireland’s premier music festival.

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Concert and festival photographer

Scott Dagg

Based in Melbourne / Australia

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