On Aug. 23, rising alt-pop musician Zella Day joined more than 40 other emerging and superstar acts at the inaugural Hot 100 Festival, a 2-day, 3-stage event at Nikon's Jones Beach Theater in New York. Zella's unforgettable afternoon set was presented by the Patch. Created by Sour Patch Kids, The Patch supports touring musicians by providing them with houses in Austin and Brooklyn, NY that fuels inspiration and immersing them into a community of like-minded creatives.
Our cameras were there to document Zella's move from the time she arrived on site to the moment she left the stage. Click though the gallery and go behind the scenes with one of music's most exciting new stars.
Zella takes a tour of the Patch Boat,...
Zella takes a tour of the Patch Boat, an 80-foot yacht that served as the Hot 100 festival's artist lounge and VIP area.