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    Today was the last day of Abbey Road on the River, and it was a beautiful one. The scene was more relaxed than the last few days, and the crowd seemed content to just chill out and listen to some great tunes. Many of the bands from the weekend combined to jam out today, which was a real treat, and most of them used Monday as a day of playing all songs from the 1960s and '70s, not just Beatles songs.

    Today, I was able to catch a few bands, but, much like every other day, there were simply too many bands playing to be able to watch them all!

    Hailing all the way from Scotland, Itchycoo Park got the crowd moving with some dance tunes.

    The LSB Experience from Holland played the Lawn Stage.

    Nervous Melvin and the Mistakes rocked the Fountain Stage.

    Wingsbanned performed with special guest Misty Perholtz of the Newbees.

    The Nick Peay Band performed a lot of great Beatles tunes. I had never seem them before, and I was impressed. They had a really great sound.

    The Starclubbers from Brazil and Nube 9 from Argentina performed back-to-back at the fountain stage.

    When I left, the music was still going, and faithful fans were still listening. All-in-all, this weekend has been amazing. I am a huge fan of Abbey Road on the River. It's a great festival that brings together the best musicians and people. I absolutely love going every year, and I always look forward to it.

    Photos by Jenna Foster

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    About Jenna Foster

    Hi! My name is Jenna. I am a music teacher at a primary school. I love teaching because you get to feel like a rockstar without all the fuss of being famous. My hobbies include cosplay, reading, music, traveling, and collecting vintage clothes and records.

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