Rain didn't dampen the spirits of the performers or the crowd as the One Electric Day event took place on the lawns of the Country Club Tasmania.
Fans were treated to a wide range of artists across the afternoon opening with the recently re-formed Southern Sons.
Joe Camilleri led the evergreen Black Sorrows through a high energy set, culminating in their 1989 smash Chained to the Wheel.
The electric Vanessa Amorosi played a barrage of sing along hits including Shine and Absolutely Everybody, although the highlight of her set was a blistering cover of Eurythmics Would I lie to you?
Next up Jon Stevens belted out tunes from his Noiseworks days including Take Me Back and Hot Chilli Woman, alongside some INXS classics, notably Don't Change and I Need You Tonight.
Finally the rain disappeared and John Farnham led his band through a triumphant set with cuts such as Chain Reaction, Age of Reason and Every Time You Cry reminding everyone of the breadth of his incredible catalogue.