We farewell a sensational summer with a scroll through the snaps of last issue’s guest editors, music promoters Pato Alvarez, Mitch Lowe and Toby Burrows.

The girl of our Bay Dreams, Cardi B, with (from left) event manager Alistair Barbour, Pato, Mitch and Toby. 
Shapeshifter’s P-Digsss proved old mates are the best mates backstage at Bay Dreams Pre-Party.
Bay Dreams did double duty this year, with epic events hosted in both Tauranga and Nelson.
Toby was stoked to see Bay Dreams recognised as the South Island’s biggest music festival.
The boys rocked the west coast with a hot and heady weekend at Soundsplash in Raglan.

The Mad Max stage at Bay Dreams in Tauranga was on fire as the sun went down in a cloudless sky.

Managed by Mitch at Tenfold, Mitch James got a call from London and booked his first headline gig. 
Toto and Jefferson Starship in Hawke’s Bay. Every single one of the shows on the tour was a smash hit. 
Sticky Fingers frontman Dylan Frost (far right) has become a Bay regular and a close friend. 
Fanboy Mitch collected autographs from the glittery kings of Kool at A Summer’s Day Disco.
In his non-negotiable ear muffs, Alexander Alvarez learned the ins and outs of Dad’s business.
Every crowd has a silver lining! Festival-goers got into the groove – and got some amazing shots.
One of the biggest names in music was in full flight at Bay Dreams. She absolutely smashed it, too.
Toby accepted the challenge to train Joseph Parker for a celebrity death match against Pato.
Mitch, Toby and Pato hung out behind the scenes at Hidden, with more hustle than Paul Newman.
Pato and Toby lunched with Toto and Bay of Plenty beauties Monique Alvarez (centre) and Annette Lee.

A big thanks to the boys for guest editing our summer issue. If the music gig doesn’t work out for you…! Read Pato, Mitch and Toby’s full story at: UNOMAGAZINE.CO.NZ/PATOMITCHTOBY