Thousands of country music fans made the annual pilgrimage to Lake Charlegrark Country Music Marathon, held on February 15,16.
Though the weather didn't always cooperate, some of country music's finest were still gladly met by an estimated 1500 festival-goers.
Lake Charlegrark Country Music Marathon president James Hawkins said the positive feedback had come rolling in.
"The weather was a bit on and off, but it all went down really well," he said.
"We've actually done surveys this time and from all reports most people had a really good weekend.
"The police were there on community patrol all weekend and they did an amazing job. We have an amazing couple of policemen out at Goroke and Edenhope so it was nice having them around.
"There were no incidents at all and it was a really good weekend."
Country music stars Travis Collins and Tania Kernaghan were among those to take to the stage, but the thoughts of those at the festival extended beyond the music.
Festival organisers parternerd with volunteer organisation BlazeAid to raise funds for the bushfire relief efforts.
"If we make profits we either re-invest it into the festival or donate it to some of the local charities. Normally we donate it to the hospital, or the different schools around the area," Mr Hawkins said.
"We went a little bit wider in light of the fires around Australia, so we partnered up with BlazeAid. We actually cancelled our fireworks in light of all the fires and out of respect to everything that's going in and gave that money to BlazeAid."
"That was really good , and a nice little element to the festival."