More than 2500 people descended on the town of Mole Creek for this year's A Day at the Creek music festival.
It began in 2008 with some bands playing on the back of a truck and has grown into a tribute band phenomenal. Featuring Fleetwood Mac cover band Gypsy, The Beachboys, Frankie Valli and the Four Season, the Beatlez, Elvis tribute Adam Page and Dave Hawkins in 2020.
This year the February 29 event was fundraising for Rotary Tasmania's projects for disabilities and mental health, with a final figure yet to be calculated.
About 600 campers parked themselves on a paddock, donated by farmers Diana and Russell Green, across from the Mole Creek Hotel for the night, with all proceeds going to the Deloraine Rotary Club.
Founder of the festival and hotel co-owner Doug Westbook said the festival would not be possible without the help of the Rotary Club, who not only assisted with the camping of the patrons but also assisted with the logistics and set up of the event.
"The number of people attending the festival was a record number," he said.
"It's been the best one we've had, we got the music and everything perfect."
Mr Westbrook also thanked the patrons for their support.
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To help fundraising efforts the raffle prize was two Harley-Davidsons, thanks to sponsorship from the Rotary Club of Deloraine and Mole Creek Hotel, with tickets $100 each.
The raffle of the two identical soft tail Street Bob motor bikes was drawn by incoming Rotary district governor Michael Plunkett.
He said the raffle reflected rotary in action as clubs worked together to achieve amazing projects in the community.
The two winners in 2020 were Boat Harbour's Troy Elphinstone and Launceston's Ian Fisher. Mr Fisher, who bought a ticket at the festival, was in the audience.
Roger Tacey, from Shepperton, Victoria, said it was the second year he had attended the event.
"I already have my next trip planned," he said.
"The people are so welcoming, the scenery is magnificent, with the Meander Valley being surrounded by the Great Western Tiers, and the food is delicious.
"I have made so many new friends and rekindled friendships from last year."
Rotarian John Dare checked the campground on Sunday morning after the patrons left and said he had never seen a camp area the day after an event left in such a pristine condition.
With not one piece of rubbish left behind, he thanked all the campers who respected and supported the event.