And then he's there: Rea Garvey. He kicks off with 'Wild Love' and 'Sorry Days', followed by 'Armour', his hymn for equality among for all of humanity: 'I’ve got no armour on my heart. So fire away.' The audience has long since been fired on all cylinders, dancing, singing and clapping. The wind is still blowing, it still drizzles now and again. But 'Candlelight', another hit from the musician with enormous stage presence, puts an end to that: candlelight in the form of musical warm tones wins out over the powers of nature, and sure enough the wind and the rain abate until the concert is over.