Bestival 2011 Review - Sunday 11 September
Björk and Robyn make it a Scandinavian Sunday...
Sunday lived up to its name as the good weather returned for the final day of Bestival 2011.
Returning heroes Big Audio Dynamite played a joyous mainstay set, mixing BAD classics with Mick Jones' endearing story-telling, while over in the Psychedelic Worm tent former Tsar John Grant proved once again why he is one of the most enthralling singer-songwriters around with a beautiful stripped down set.
Self-proclaimed 'killingest pop star on the planet' Robyn more than lived up to her boast over on the main stage, with a relentless, high energy performance turning a slightly muddy field into the greatest nightclub on earth.
The ever evolving Björk closed the night on the main stage with a spectacular headline set, drawn mainly from her forthcoming Biophilia album.
Featuring a twenty strong all female choir, a tesla coil and digitally operated pipe organ alongside more 'traditional' beats the show was a truly special event, and proved a suitably fitting way to close a truly special festival.