Gardai say there were just two arrests at the All Together Now Festival at Curraghmore Estate in Portlaw over the weekend.
Just under fifteen thousand people attended the event over the three days.
Gardai say the whole weekend went very well.
Inspector John Mulligan said the two arrests were for drug related offences and there were no public order incidents.
He also said there was no traffic problems with people arriving and exiting the event with relative ease.
Festival PR Jenny Headen says the decision to restict it to over 21’s and also welcome families really worked.
She says this is the first year of a ten year plan for an annual festival at the Curraghmore Estate.
Meanwhile Spraoi 2018 has been hailed as a major success.
Tens of thousands of people turned out on the streets of Waterford City over the Bank Holiday weekend to enjoy live music and street theatre by performers from across Europe.
The festival culminated in the annual parade and fireworks display on Sunday evening.
Spraoi Director TV Honan says the festival brought a major bounce to local businesses.