HUNDREDS of people got their groove on at Toogether, a small-scale festival held in Newchurch on Saturday.

Bands such as Ska'd For Life, The Novatones, Smoove and Turrell played on the main stage, before making way for headliners What The Floyd.

Unfortunately, due to technical issues in the run up to the Pink Floyd tribute band, the timings meant they could only play five songs, but they chose the most well-known ones, including Comfortably Numb and Another Brick in the Wall.

A big hit was the Disgraceland area packed full of DJ sets, from the likes of Utah Saints, Sian Evans from Kosheen and Ruth-Ann Boyle (who had hits as Olive).

Organiser Mark Weber said: "On the whole we are pleased. All we ever wanted was for whoever came along to go away happy, we had no trouble whatsoever and the feedback from everyone who attended has been amazing.

"Everything went really well and only a few minor technical issues happened. This I kind of expected, being the first one."

Toogether will be back next year, on August 1.

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