Following the success of last year’s event, Shoreline Music Festival returned to Enniskillen with a new location for 2019.

Set in the grounds of Enniskillen Castle, the festival brought varying genres of music to the town over three days.

Planet Love DJs kicked off the weekend of festivities on the Friday night followed by live performances from country stars Cliona Hagen and Nathan Carter on Saturday.

Local musician Sean Magee opened on Sunday night with a series of covers performed in his own unique style.

Although renowned in Fermanagh and beyond for his live gigs, this was Sean’s first ever solo set at a festival, which he performed with the ease and confidence of a well-seasoned festival act.

A multi-talented instrumentalist, Sean seamlessly switched from guitar to violin to flute during his performance. He finished his set with a mash-up of ‘You Need Me, I Don’t Need You’ by Ed Sheeran, ‘Thrift Shop’ by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis and the theme tune of nineties hit TV show The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, lacing the lyrics with elements of trad as he transitioned from guitar to violin.

One concert-goer was overheard commenting that Sean’s rapping in the song ‘You Need Me, I Don’t Need You’ was better than Ed Sheeran himself.

After completing his own set, Sean joined Rory and the Island on stage. As a duo, Rory Gallagher sang and played guitar as Sean accompanied him on violin.

With an infectious smile on his face, Rory brought performed a selection of his upbeat original songs mixed in with a few well-known covers.

Rory and the Island were followed by a highly energetic performance from County Tyrone band The Logues.

As darkness drew in, so did the crowds, with the castle courtyard filling up ahead of the headline act,Welsh rock band Feeder.

Playing a number of their well-known hits, a particular highlight was when the band teased with a mellow intro for their early noughties anthem ‘Buck Rogers,’ causing the crowd to go wild.

Bringing the night, and the whole festival to a close, Feeder finished with ‘Just a Day,’ with everyone dancing and singing along.

With a well-rounded line-up over the three days, Shoreline Music Festival certainly had something for everyone.