Junction's Hometown festival ran across three days - November 27-29 and was a smaller, replacement festival for the cancelled Junction Arts Festival.
There were four session in total and each held something fun, quirky and unique to see.
Some of the highlights included Samora Squid, Remade Parade, DENNI, and Claire Anne Taylor.
There were also plenty of local food and beverage stalls to get energy levels back up.
Though rain did appear over the course of the three days, that did not stop ticketholders from attending. Numbers were high and patrons came equipped with raincoats.
The festival sold out quickly and was the first big event in Northern Tasmania since the COVID-19 pandemic shut the arts and events industry down.
Can you spot yourself in our gallery?