Queens of the Stone Age failed to inspire the masses at Leeds after Lostprophets and Biffy Clyro rocked its foundations.
Josh Homme and his merry men stormed through an excellent album-spanning set but Mumford & Sons, or the bars stole their thunder.
To a massively thinned-down crowd the US rockers jammed through a series of hits but it wasn't the first time over the weekend the billing had been called into question with Limp Bizkit and Dizzee Rascal both drowning bands above them in audience figures in previous nights.
Crowd numbers aside though, hits like 'No One Knows', 'Little Sister' and 'Go With The Flow' sounded massive on the final day at Bramham Park.
Leeds Festival 2010 closes tonight (29 Aug) with Guns N' Roses.