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ICYMI: Feelgood Highland music festival will be back after success – 94 pictures

By Margaret Chrystall

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DELIGHTED organisers already have a date set for next year’s Woodzstock Festival after 2019’s event was a huge success.

The third annual event was held at Tore on Saturday – and attracted an audience of around 170 people.

Organisers Charlotte Stewart and Dave Elliott confirmed they have already set June 13 as the date for next year’s ‘feelgood festival in the forest’.

Charlotte said: “We had about 170 people not including the bands and performers. And this year we had extra activities for children, the new Haybarn stage and new wooden cabins people can stay in.”

Grey skies and rain had started the latest festival day at the Wildwoodz Paintballing site at Woodside of Drumnamerg. But everyone kept dry in the site’s new Haybarn during the earlier performances, with the sun appearing by the time the main stage programme kicked off at 4pm.

As well as music and a comedy stage there were also events for children, and a number of local food and drink producers including Grillstock BBQ. Acts included a solo set from Lional’s Josh Mackenzie, and James Brown Is Annie headlining.

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