The third and final day of Party in the Paddock did not disappoint.
Thousands of people were on site at White Hills for the festival's biggest day, ready for sets from the likes of Confidence Man, Sneaky Sound System, Briggs, Broods, and Matt Corby.
"Saturday. The big kahuna," festival organiser Jesse Higgs said.
"Saturday was a fantastic day, and it's also where we got to go, 'OK, the event is up, it's running itself, everything is going well, we'll be able to stand up in the VIP area and actually see everything,'" he said.
"We had a lot of great things like the Vibestown march, which is a big highlight of the festival for everyone.
"We encouraged people to dress up in their favorite alter ego festival kit.
"We all met down at the altar and got anyone who had ever been involved in the festival to kind-of huddle together and we do this procession through Vibestown, then up the hill.
"Then we went down into the mosh pit, and then Confidence Man began to play.
He said Confidence Man's set was a good time.
"We got down, and we got back up again," he said.
"That was a highlight. But after Confidence Man we had Sneaky Sound System, right on sunset, so that was a real, real good time.
"Then we had Broods from New Zealand, who were great. And Matt Corby, who was just stunning.
"Then taking the festival out was Hermitude.
"While that was all happening, on the Blundstone Nostalgia Stage in the big top, the stage was pack full of local heroes like Sumner, The Saxons, The Sleepyheads, the Bad Dad Orchestra, Bad Beef - lots of great Launceston acts there, and also great Hobart acts like Jed Appleton, Chase City, and Little Island.
"We also had our special guests, like Remi came down to do a DJ set, same as Kingswood who were in there as well.
"Then we had Kram who jumped up with whoever, and Tyler Richardson from Luca Brasi did some stuff with Dune Rats.
"Anty from The Bennies did his own set, Kat Edwards jumped up with a few people.
"It was an all-star cast out to help us celebrate the last paddock," he said.