Is it just us, or was Longitude 2017 the best Longitude yet?
How was it for you?
If you didn't enjoy Longitude 2017 it is because you weren't there and came down with a serious case of FOMO.
Just ask Hoobs...
It's like being a kid again; in bed early, still bright outside and I can hear EVERYONE having fun in the field down the road 😒 #Longitude
— Amy Huberman (@amyhuberman) July 16, 2017
From Stormzy's first set as a festival headliner, to the Weeknd's owning of the Weekend and Mumford and Sons' inviting half the musos of Ireland on stage to close out the festival, the event in Marlay Park just seemed to step everything up a notch on previous years.
But there were memorable moments beyond the headliners - with 2016 Brit Awards Critics' Choice winner Jack Garratt tearing things up on the Heineken Stage Sunday, a day after All Tvvins had done likewise.
— Jack Garratt (@JackGarratt) July 16, 2017
— Eoghan McDermott (@eoghanmcdermo) July 15, 2017
Not everyone would agree with Mr McDermott's assessment, as The Weeknd seemed to do a pretty good job entertaining the masses Saturday evening.
— Longitude Festival (@longitudefest) July 15, 2017
But then, people just seemed to be in a good mood - the sun was shining, the tunes were banging and everyone came with their dancing shoes.
One of the highlights of the weekend was the Heineken Live Your Music area, where the crowd were in control of the lights, visual and the atmosphere.
— Donna-Marie Cullen (@DonnaCullen85) July 16, 2017
We'll leave the final word to Stormzy...