This Past Weekend’s Full Moon Is Better Viewed Through Polaroids

The Big Apple celebrated last Sunday's supermoon in true NYC fashion: by dancing the weekend away. The city didn't just boogie beneath that big 'ol rock in the sky, though; New Yorkers twirled around on the beach of Governors Island to the sounds of today's most influential producers and musicians for nearly eight hours.
As the sun set over lower Manhattan, the lights on Governors Island were just beginning to pulse to the beats of Penguin Prison, The Knocks, and more at the fourth annual Full Moon festival. The vibes were smooth and the music was smoother. What between the perfect weather and flowing libations, Full Moon managed to live beyond its expectations and trump last year's success. And, to celebrate its triumph, Jeff Meltz of thecultureofme captured it all on Impossible Project film. Because who needs Instagram when Polaroids are still around? Seriously.
See you underneath the moon next year.

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