We started off at one stage where the DJ wore a cape and looked like he was straight out of Slayer. The crowd was singing along to a popular Guns and Roses song. But it wasn't really our scene, so we kept walking. Further up the hill, we came across a stage with a live salsa band. Some people were really into it with fancy footwork and swinging hips, others (like me) awkwardly tapped their feet.
We didn't have any salsa aficionados, so we kept going. That's what I liked so much about the event- if you were tired of one stage, you just moved on to the next one. We came across the electronic area where everyone was going wild. So those of us who didn't make it to Happyland or Monegros still got our fill.
Around 1:30 the music stopped and the DJs exited the stage, but the crowd wasn't done yet "Otra! Otra!" we chanted. The DJs came up to do one more song. The crowd was jubilant. Whenever a group does an encore, the audience feels like they've won something.
But then the music stopped for real, the crowd started to disperse and the roads were opened up to cars with brave drivers. The party was over and the neighbors could finally get some sleep.