Supercrawl

Hamilton street fest bulges with bands & food trucks

Four days of music, art installations, vendors, and food trucks galore swarmed James Street North in Hamilton this past weekend for Supercrawl 2014. Steeltown music fans packed in to see Charles Bradley, Antibalas, Naomi Shelton & The Gospel Queens, The Arkells and many more on stage, while festival-goers and art-lovers were treated to circus performances, break dancing, large scale installations, and of course handmade goodies, craft beer, and more food truck eats than any one person could conquer alone.

Here are 40 of our favourite memories from The Hammer at Supercrawl 2014.


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