It may have been smaller than normal, but it was clear those coming along to the Glen Innes Celtic Festival made up for it with enthusiasm.
That included the Armidale Pipe Band who headed up the highway for the annual event.
It wasn't a full-blown Celtic Festival program - hence the 'Fringe Festival' addition to the title - but there was still plenty to see, hear and do.
People came from close by, like Bernard McAlister from Grafton, and then farther afield like Gold Coasters Joshua and Sharron Monahan.
Premium tickets for the concert and festival events sold out, however people passing through were able to get tickets in the general seating area to be entertained with dancers, fiddlers, and concert favourites.
The food stalls were busy, with smells of their delicious food and coffee wafting across the market stalls.
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