Image for Man Falls 20 Metres From Stage Scaffolding At Creamfields Sydney

Man Falls 20 Metres From Stage Scaffolding At Creamfields Sydney

Written by John Ritchie on April 30, 2012

Shocking footage has emerged online overnight of a man falling 20 metres from the main stage scaffolding at the Creamfields festival while Alesso was playing in Sydney yesterday. The video shows the man climb to the very top of the scaffolding before he loses his footing and falls, bouncing of the tower on his way down.

Watch: Man Falls 20 Metres From Stage Scaffolding At Creamfields Sydney

A number of festival-goers took to social media last night to try and find out what happened and if he was OK. The Facebook user who posted the video suggested he jumped back up and gave everyone the thumbs up (see below). So far St John Ambulance are yet to confirm if they treated the man for any injuries sustained as a result of the fall.


On Saturday, police set a record for the most drug busts at a public event in Victoria when 200 people were arrested at the Melbourne leg of the Creamfields festival.

Creamfields will head to Perth next Saturday before winding up at the Gold Coast on Sunday May 6.

Join Music Feeds on Facebook

More On Music Feeds

Gig Reviews

Sufjan Stevens – Sydney, Opera House 22/05/15

When Sufjan Stevens announced his intention to produce albums based on all 50 states of the US – beginning with the release of Michigan in 2003, followed by the much acclaimed Illinois in 2005 – it was seen as eager and not to mention impossibly ambitious.


Sufjan Stevens – Sydney, Opera House 22/05/15


Mark Ronson Reveals Killer Guest Lineup For His Splendour Tour

Splendour headliner Mark Ronson has revealed the star-studded band and guest lineup who will accompany him on his impending visit to Australia as part of his Splendour In The Grass tour, including the accompanying three sideshows.


9 Tough Eurovision Acts Guy Sebastian Will Have To Beat To Bring Australia Glory

The countdown is on to the audiovisual glitter-bomb that is the Eurovision 2015 final.


Sticky Fingers Cancel All Remaining European Tour Dates

After recently cancelling a string of UK tour dates, Sydney’s alternative rock sons Sticky Fingers have announced they will be postponing the rest of their European tour so they can take some time off.

Music Videos

The Fjords – ‘All In’

Norwegian band The Fjords’ debut single All In is about love at first sight, but the song’s pretty frightening new music video turns that trope on its head with some brutal gun violence.

Around the web

This May Also Interest You