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Byline: HYWEL TREWYN

IT was blue skies for Europe's largest wakeboarding and music festival which kicked off in Llyen yesterday.

Thousands of fans turned up to see the professional wakeboarders compete in the qualifying stages in Pwllheli marina.

The finals of the exciting competition continue today.

Wakestock's Bex Tappin said: "It's brilliant, really, really good. Everything is going well. The sun has been shining with blue skies and there's better weather tomorrow. Make sure you get down here."

Last night music lovers were looking forward to seeing Ellie Goulding, Chase and Status, DJs Huw Stephens and Zane Lowe, Kids in Glass Houses and many more.

The music returns at 4pm today with Kelis, The Wombats, Beardy Man and The Joy Formidable to name a few.

Sunday starts at 2.30pm with Biffy Clyro, Cribs, The Noisettes, Example, Wretch 32, Masters in France and Mr Huw among the star attractions.

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From top: Biffy Clyro and Kelis are among the acts fans were looking forward to as they queued for Wakestock. (Main) Niamh McKenna, Rachel Finnegan, Jess Goggins and Alicia Mulroe get ready to party Main picture: ROBERT PARRY JONES
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Jul 9, 2011
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