The day started with us reminiscing over the previous, phenomenal night in Nova Gorica. But there wasn't much time to dwell on things past. We boarded the bus a few minutes after 2 PM and headed towards Frankolovo. The spirits were high, and the multiple-Oscar-winner Expendables 2 had a lot to do with it (our crew rarely disappoints with their diamond pick of cinematographic over achievements). But the cherry on top was (as it proved during the course of the day, evening and even during the night) the gift that was presented to our Melinda. The gift full of effects, plug-ins and AA batteries soon got its own slogan; let it shake, let it shake!
At Frankolovo we were greeted by the sun, a huge venue and a little smaller speakers placed on a slightly tilted stage. But this didn't ruin our good mood. After the sound check we went to Turist restaurant where we also got a visit from Magic Aleksander. Looking at the cards and how fast they changed in front of our very eyes, we had no choice but to be deeply impressed by his incredible skills, while Jani kept repeating to himself "ten of hearts, ten of hearts, …"
Soon the time to hit the stage came. And then it all started. Incredibly warm reception kept ascending to the very last note of Vojna Idej. The evening soon gave way to a damp and cold night and we warmed ourselves with a few cold ones and hung out by the bus with the organizers and friends who dropped by to see us.
Comfortably tired we arrived to Ljubljana at 4 AM and then slowly dispersed towards our homes.