In its first year in 2015, thousands of music-lovers flocked to the foreshore to soak up the good vibe.
The festival's second edition in 2016 at Camp Shortland drew a well-lubricated crowd or more than 15,000 mostly 20-somethings, eager to enjoy a golden, windy afternoon by the sea.
Electronic acts Peking Duk and Hermitude were popular headliners, and sent revellers home happy and, in many cases, exhausted.
Los Angeles hip hop star ScHoolboy Q had performed on the main stage after dusk - with Fort Scratchley as a backdrop - to a jumping, vocal crowd.
Earlier, the rapper had joined festival-goers playing table tennis in the VIP marquee, flanked by a giant security detail.
Fans had also packed in for well-received sets by Perth rapper Drapht, laconic Brisbane indie rockers Ball Park Music and Canberra electro-pop act Safia.