Amy Shark reveals her new look during wild music festival

Amy Shark reveals her new look and shows off her impressive abs in a revealing crop top as she performs at wild music festival

Amy Shark wowed fans with her sexy new look during a spectacular performance at Elevate Sydney on Thursday night.

The 36-year-old singer turned out in front of a packed crowd on the Cahill Expressway for a free event.

Amy showed off her impressive abs in a red cropped top and black jeans while wearing her signature hairstyle of a half topknot bun.

Amy Shark wowed fans in a spectacular performance at Elevate Sydney on Thursday night

Amy Shark wowed fans in a spectacular performance at Elevate Sydney on Thursday night

The 36-year-old singer turned out in front of a packed crowd on the Cahill Expressway for a free event

The 36-year-old singer turned out in front of a packed crowd on the Cahill Expressway for a free event

The I Said Hi hitmaker danced around the stage in front of massive LED lights that spelled her name.

The drizzly weather didn’t appear to stop the show as eager fans watched on.

Amy shared her excitement ahead of the festival, posting to her Instagram Story on Thursday morning.

Amy performed in a red long sleeved top and black jeans while wearing her signature hairstyle of a half topknot bun

Amy performed in a red long sleeved top and black jeans while wearing her signature hairstyle of a half topknot bun

The I Said Hi hitmaker danced around the stage in front of massive LED lights that spelled her name

The drizzly weather didn't appear to stop the show as eager fans watched on

The I Said Hi hitmaker danced around the stage in front of massive LED lights that spelled her name

Amy shared her excitement ahead of the festival, posting to her Instagram Story on Thursday morning. 'See you tonight Sydney,' she wrote

Amy shared her excitement ahead of the festival, posting to her Instagram Story on Thursday morning. ‘See you tonight Sydney,’ she wrote

‘See you tonight Sydney,’ she wrote, posing infront of the mirror and making a devil horn gesture with her hand. 

Four-day pop-up festival Elevate kicked off on Tuesday, January 3 with a DJ set from Client Liaison and has continued with a handful of Aussie acts for the week.

The busy freeway has turned into a mainstage for performers until Saturday, January 7.

Four-day pop-up festival Elevate kicked off on Tuesday, January 3 with a DJ set from Client Liaison and has continued with a handful of Aussie acts for the week

Four-day pop-up festival Elevate kicked off on Tuesday, January 3 with a DJ set from Client Liaison and has continued with a handful of Aussie acts for the week

The busy freeway has turned into a mainstage for performers until Saturday, January 7

The busy freeway has turned into a mainstage for performers until Saturday, January 7

Mallrat and Becca Hatch also performed on Thursday, January 5

Mallrat and Becca Hatch also performed on Thursday, January 5

Indie rock band Spacey Jane headlined on Wednesday night along with Thelma Plum and Ruby Fields.

Amy Shark, Mallrat and Becca Hatch performed on Thursday, January 5, while .

Sampa The Great, Wafia and Northeast Party House will close out the ‘festival playground’ on Saturday, January 7. 

Entry to Elevate Sydney is free, but registrations are necessary.

The Veronicas, Betty Who and Drax Project take to the stage on Friday, January 6

The Veronicas, Betty Who and Drax Project take to the stage on Friday, January 6

Sampa The Great, Wafia and Northeast Party House will close out the 'festival playground' on Saturday, January 7

Sampa The Great, Wafia and Northeast Party House will close out the ‘festival playground’ on Saturday, January 7

Entry to Elevate Sydney is free, but registrations are necessary

Entry to Elevate Sydney is free, but registrations are necessary

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