Mona Foma's festival hub was the place to be on Saturday.
While some only spent a couple of minutes watching, Double Double spent two hours non-stop entertaining audiences.
The four-person act drummed and danced for two hours straight, and didn't look breathless once.
The festival hub even had festival goers questioning if the compost was art.
With staff stationed at each compost heap, which was a mirrored table top, patrons were encouraged to recycle their left overs thoughtfully.
However, at one station patrons were encouraged to throw their food at the table, creating art out of waste.
That wasn't the only way the festival turned trash into art.
German artist Annette Krebs played her DIY electro-acoustic homemade instruments. They were hooked up to mics and amps, and then sonically transformed in real time by the composer.
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Festival curator Brian Ritchie said ticket sales had already surpassed the whole of the 2019 event.
With 46,000 people attending last year's festival and more than one third of them coming from interstate, he said more locals had been supporting the 2020 event.
"We'll find out on Monday when we get the final count, but we're already beyond what we did last year," he said.
"The ticket buying public is is ramping up in the northern Tasmania side of things, which was a bit of a concern last year because this is the location so we want to get a lot of representation from the locals.
"They're also able to attend a lot of the free events so they are engaging with the festival."
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