Surfing and music round off epic Boardmasters
The Boardmasters Festival lived up to expectations as the crowd at the sell-out summer spectacular were treated to a weekend of raucous sounds and expert surfing.
Days three and four of the festival saw revellers enjoy everything the genre-spanning music arenas had to offer at Watergate Bay while those on Newquay's Fistral beach saw champions made in the waves.
On Saturday, man of the moment Miles Kane delivered big-hitting rock 'n' roll from the main stage before headline act Basement Jaxx stepped into the spotlight to deliver a thrilling performance under the Newquay sky.
As skateboarders and BMX riders fought it out for the honours onshore, local hero Ben Skinner was yesterday crowned the winner of the longboard competition after a hotly contested final against Adam Griffiths.
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Billy Stairmand was named men's open winner with Chris Friend in second place.
At Watergate, Tom Odell and The Joy Formidable last night took to the main stage, while legendary hip-hop artist Grandmaster Flash got the crowd on their feet.
One of the South West's own, Ben Howard, was last night's headline act in what promised to be the highlight of an already dazzling weekend.