Setting up the festival involved hard work and long hours by the REGEN crew from Sydney who were supported by a crew of local, committed and experienced workers to erect the site on time and to a high standard. High winds, combined with rain and cold conditions did not put a dent on the spirit of the event, either in the preparations or the enjoyment of the 2,ooo approx. visitors to the festival over the four days from Friday to Monday.
The tree planting component, introduced by Martin Royds, was held on Sunday and completed.
Many stalls enhanced the festival. The aroma of the kitchens kept everyone salivating and the healing space was very busy. The three stages pumped continually for the duration of the event and many festival-goers will be recovering for a few days yet. The vibe was chilled and loving with very few incidents recorded in the medical tent.
Comments from attendees included appreciation of a bigger rig this year and wonderment of such great music and art in a beautiful location under a full moon.