Cold beers, a beautiful waterfall and a feast of comic brilliance -- the 2010 Carlsberg Comedy Carnival at Dublin's Iveagh Gardens had it all, even a little sunshine to boot.
More than 20,000 people turned up for a laugh at the comedy gathering.
Forty street performers -- some of them bouncing around on stilts and dressed in clown costumes -- entertained us in between shows.
Inside the four main tents, however, is where the real magic happened, from Des Bishop's eccentric set on Thursday evening to Reginald D Hunter's brilliant Saturday afternoon gig.
The US talent didn't stop there, either, with the likes of Arj Barker, internet sensation Bo Burnham and stand-up's most famous oddball, Emo Philips, also making appearances.
Festival director Bren Berry, of Aiken Promotions, was delighted: "Everyone's done really well," he said last night.