The first Falls Festival in Byron went off without a hitch, with organisers, punters and even many neighbours surprised at the largely incident-free event.
Traffic flowed smoothly and police praised the general behaviour of festival-goers. Tweed inspector Greg Jago told The Echo there was a only a small number of drug detections.
Organisers say 15,000 patrons attended the three-day event, of which 13,500 were also campers onsite.
But it wasn’t just the headliners that featured; roving entertainers as well as artists created an artistic, colourful oasis in the village area, which included workshops.
Our photographer Jeff Dawson has now recovered sufficiently to put together a gallery of his favourite pics.