A market town festival that started in the town hall, and over twenty years became an internationally recognised two day event attracting 20,000 revellers.
As audience numbers increased the event moved first to the High Street, and again to a local park . It was placed under the scrutiny of the local council for the first time who imposed unworkably low noise levels.
In a series of hearings, Rossco successfully negotiated a 10dB increase in sound levels, saving the festival from certain collapse.
Rossco continued to supply the six sound stages at the festival with audio systems and staff to ensure that noise was both delivered and controlled to an extremely high standard.