Jeremy came with something to say.
Julian Taylor and his band finessed the early afternoon with powerful audience engagement and strongly focused soul propulsion.
Lord Huron did the right thing for a big Saturday crowd, blending post Springsteen epic emo and pop posing.
Shakey Graves made a change from his recording output of alt folk-blues by adding a loud industrial edge. The audience made big noises back at him.
UB40, with original singers Ali Campbell and Astro and original keyboardist Mickey Virtue, stormed through all the hits, giving every song vigorous reggae intensity. Many Rivers To Cross was especially poignant and by the time Red Red Wine happened, a kind of rapture had united the crowd.