With another fab line-up this year we lazed in festival good humour listening to some of Cornwall's finest and a sprinkling of international wow!
Cornish band Men of Splendor kicked off closely followed by The Wire Daisies.
The Wire Daisies (below) were discovered by Roger Taylor of Queen, in his local pub (useless fact - I know his sister). They were a highlight.
Next came Zambula, another Cornish band with their own brand of African dance music. I have to admit to a small, well-needed nap here......
but did rouse myself in time to catch some of the usual festival sidelines.....
...and of course The Levellers. Sorry no photo of the fabulous, stomping Levellers. I was up dancing without me camera!
The Wailers brought this fantastic day to a close with every member of the audience singing (and swaying) along with 'Exodus' , 'No woman, no cry' and 'Redemption Song'.
With Aston 'family man' Barrett still on bass, The Wailers took us through most of the classics and a few new ones to boot. They seemed as reluctant to leave the stage as we were to let the day end. Wow!
They eventually kicked us out with a massive firework display and a still singing crowd of 0-70 year-olds packed up the detritus of a day to remember.
pee ess - this was the first day for weeks where the rain held off, but just as we were leaving.......
***Favourite T-shirt slogan of the day:-
FAT PEOPLE ARE HARDER TO KIDNAP
as worn by my robust friend Ghurgan Smallpiece!