AN ANNUAL Anglesey music festival once again proved a big success.
Nearly 4,000 people enjoyed a host of acts over the bank holiday at Amlwch Copperfest.
Copperfest organiser Jeff Palmer said the festival, which was cancelled in 2011 due to funding problems and returned last year, would be back again next year.
He added: “It was definitely a success - the main message is that the festival is going from strength to strength.”
Singer Elin Fflur and her brother Ioan Llywelyn reformed their duo Carlotta for the three day festival, which also featured the likes of Yr Ods, Y Reu, Ugly, Bad Dog, Band 6, White Noise, Howling Black and Silk Cut Blues.
The event also included a family fun day, organised with Menter Iaith Môn, that boasted a wealth of popular children’s characters.
There were also musical workshops and performances from Edward and beatboxer/rapper Ed "Mr Phormula" Holden.
Jeff thanked main sponsors Celtic Array, technical team MAD Sound and Lightning and the festival many volunteers.
he added: “I was absolutely gosmacked by how many people came out to help prepare the festival.
“Even yesterday when we had to pull everything down, a lot of people gave up their bank holiday Monday to help us.”