RHYTHMTREE ­further solidified its place among the top echelon of family-friendly festivals on the weekend.

With it’s unmatched reputation as a relaxed, fun-filled and family friendly musical weekend, the festival didn't flatter to deceive ­— from music and dance to spoken word and entertainment, everyone had something to enjoy and remember.

From The Orb and The Zombies on the Main Stage, to the late-night mayhem in the shady glades of Jill's Woods, and the ever popular and packed out Didg Cafe, the festival catered to a variety of musical tastes.

The iconic former Led Zeppelin frontman, Robert Plant, very much set the tone with his soul-stirring new music project, Saving Grace.

On Friday, The Orb closed the Main Stage, celebrating 30 years at the forefront of electronic dance music.

Saturday saw the likes of Saving Grace and Misty in Roots perform, as well as popular Island acts, Spike Oatley, and Holly Kirby and the Great Outdoors.

The popular Silent Disco could be enjoyed over at Carnevale on the Friday and Saturday night, while on Sunday, Vote Pedro took to the stage fresh from their ReVamp festival appearance, with their own blend of tequila filled Mariachi mayhem.

The Carnevale stage also saw a number of dance workshops over the weekend, from the likes of Roisin Mullins Dance Academy and Boogie Bounce, as well as Lily's Dance, helmed by the ever energetic Lily George.

The Kids' Area next to the Main Stage was a resounding success with its craft and dressing up tents, entertaining children throughout the day, and all the while keeping families at the heart of the festival.

Following a parade in the afternoon, complete with clowns and pandas, Cast closed the Main Stage on Sunday night ­with a long list of familiar top twenty hits peppering their sets, capping off a successful weekend.