Naked Soul Picnic triumphs against rains


Rainfall may be known for putting a damper on outdoor plans, but some events manage to shine through despite its efforts to pour on them. The Naked Soul Picnic was definitely a testament to that.

Patrons of the Naked Soul Picnic proved that little rain could not extinguish the spark of excitement as they waited anxiously for the organisers to deal with the technical issues caused by the rain. The event started on a back foot because of the rain and revellers had to wait for quite a long time without any sounds playing nor live performances but that did not dampen the patrons' spirits.

They waited patiently until everything was back on track. Looking exquisitely as they were, with a bit of rain drizzling, they patiently waited having their drinks in the meantime. After a long wait, the organisers got everything in order and a pleasing number of patrons in attendance started to jam to some good music.

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