Despite a bit of wet weather causing havoc onsite on Saturday, Party in the Paddock punters had a great time at the 2019 festival.
The stand out set from the festival was well-known English singer Lily Allen.
Thousands gathered around the Paddock Stage to watch the star belt out hits such as Smile and The Fear.
Another stand-out was 20-year-old Dominic Harrison, otherwise known as Yungblud.
The alternative-rock musician wowed crowds with an energetic set, during which a Tasmanian couple got engaged on-stage.
On Friday night, festival-goers were treated to massive sets from Brisbane indie-rock four-piece The Jungle Giants, and Australian electronic duo The Presets.
The duo played a mix of songs from their latest album, Hi Viz, alongside big dance classics such as My People, Talk Like That, and Are You The One?
Tasmanian acts were well-represented at the festival, with Launceston bands The Saxons playing on the Paddock Stage on Saturday, and The Sleepyheads playing the Vibestown Stage on Friday.
Tasmanian singer-songwriters Kat Edwards, Maddy Jane, Meres, and Taylor Yates performed at the festival, alongside bands such as A. Swayze & the Ghosts, EWAH & The Vision of Paradise, Teens, Chase City, and Empire Park.
Beloved Tasmanian punk-rockers Luca Brasi played the festival’s pre-party on Thursday.
Saturday’s wet weather caused producer Alice Ivy to cancel her set due to damaged equipment.
Party in the Paddock crowds were generally well-behaved, said Tasmania Police.
Police had a strong presence at the festival with a number of uniformed and plain-clothed officers patrolling the site, alongside drug detection dogs.
No major incidents were reported during the festival, aside from a man that was hospitalised during the pre-party on Thursday.
Acting Inspector Dean McMahon said police assisted paramedics with the man, who drank the liquid from his vaporiser.
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