Terrifying moment spark of lightning strikes over Client Liaison’s DJ decks at Elevate Festival


Terrifying moment huge spark of lightning strikes over Client Liaison’s DJ decks as pop duo play through heavy thunderstorms at four-day Elevate festival in Sydney

Heavy rain, lightning strikes and thunder didn’t get in the way of Client Liason’s DJ set at Elevate Sydney on Tuesday night.

The Australian indie pop duo, which consists of vocalist Monte Morgan and keyboardist and producer Harvey Miller, performed in front of a packed crowd on the Cahill Expressway for a free event.

The pair were forced to prop up two umbrellas to shield their decks and tech as the thunderstorm rolled in.

Heavy rain, lightning strikes and thunder didn’t get in the way of Client Liason’s DJ set at Elevate Sydney on Tuesday night 

The Australian indie pop duo performed in front of a packed crowd on the Cahill Expressway for a free event

The Australian indie pop duo performed in front of a packed crowd on the Cahill Expressway for a free event

In a video shared to their Instagram account, lightning struck just as they were about to wrap up their set.

‘This is our last song,’ Harvey says in the video, before a huge spark of lightning flashes in front of the crowd and rain began to pour.

The crowd cheered in disbelief as the duo powered through their last track of the night.

Throughout their set, the pair danced and grooved to several remixed tracks as eager fans watched on.

Throughout their set, the pair danced and grooved to several remixed tracks as eager fans watched on

Throughout their set, the pair danced and grooved to several remixed tracks as eager fans watched on 

The performers and the crowd appeared to be oblivious to the wild weather that was about to strike

The performers and the crowd appeared to be oblivious to the wild weather that was about to strike

Sporting quirky outfits, singer Monte danced across the stage in blue trousers, a bright red shirt layered with a white bomber jacket.

He accessorised his look with white sunglasses, white dress shoes and a wide-brimmed red hat.

Meanwhile, Harvey rocked similar sunglasses but opted for a pair of white trousers and white Crocs.

The pair were forced to prop up two umbrellas to shield their decks and tech as the thunderstorm rolled in

The pair were forced to prop up two umbrellas to shield their decks and tech as the thunderstorm rolled in

The pair were forced to prop up two umbrellas to shield their decks and tech as the thunderstorm rolled in 

'This is our last song,' Harvey says in the video, before a huge spark of lightning flashes in front of the crowd and rain began to pour

 ‘This is our last song,’ Harvey says in the video, before a huge spark of lightning flashes in front of the crowd and rain began to pour

The crowd cheered in disbelief as the duo powered through their last track of the night

The crowd cheered in disbelief as the duo powered through their last track of the night 

Four-day pop-up festival Elevate kicked off on Tuesday, January 3 with a DJ set from Client Liaison and will continue with a handful of Aussie acts for the week.

The busy freeway has turned into a mainstage for performers until Saturday, January 7.

Indie rock band Spacey Jane is set to headline on Wednesday night along with Thelma Plum and Ruby Fields.

Monte danced across the stage in blue trousers, a bright red shirt layered with a white bomber jacket

Monte danced across the stage in blue trousers, a bright red shirt layered with a white bomber jacket

Client Liaison consists of vocalist Monte Morgan (left) and keyboardist and producer Harvey Miller (right)

Client Liaison consists of vocalist Monte Morgan (left) and keyboardist and producer Harvey Miller (right)

Amy Shark, Mallrat and Becca Hatch will perform on Thursday, January 5, while The Veronicas, Betty Who and Drax Project take to the stage on Friday, January 6.

Sampa The Great, Wafia and Northeast Party House will close out the ‘festival playground’ on Saturday, January 7. 

Entry to Elevate Sydney is free, but registrations are necessary.

Four-day pop-up festival Elevate kicked off on Tuesday, January 3 with a DJ set from Client Liaison

It will continue with a handful of Aussie acts for the week

Four-day pop-up festival Elevate kicked off on Tuesday, January 3 with a DJ set from Client Liaison and will continue with a handful of Aussie acts for the week

The busy freeway has turned into a mainstage for performers until Saturday, January 7

The busy freeway has turned into a mainstage for performers until Saturday, January 7

Entry to Elevate Sydney is free, but registrations are necessary

Entry to Elevate Sydney is free, but registrations are necessary

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