On 20 July, the biggest music festival in the Baltics "Positivus" continued with a growing number of visitors reaching its highest point during the "Imagine Dragons" concert. Back then, there was a feeling (for the first time in festival's history) that the great meadow next to the "Tele2" stage is a bit too small. Although this transatlantic band did not offer something extremely special (except the giant drums on the stage), it seemed that their promotion campaign in media and simply the right place at the right time obviously benefited for them. Also "Pienvedēja Piedzīvojumi", the local alternative rock veterans, offered a great gig at the "Nordea" stage. Later that night, they returned as the "secret act" on the "I Love You" stage.
However, it was odd that "Pienvedēji" played the same songs in the same order as previously. "The Sound Poets" was emotionally intense when playing their show on the "Nordea" stage. Their song "Kalniem pāri" ("Over the Hills") reached its zenith when the feeling came up that this stage is also too small for a show. "Latvian Blues Band" took care of setting a great blues party at the festival while performing on a sunny afternoon. Of course, "Sigur Ros" out-of-this-world performance was the main Saturday event.
Also "Jauns Mēness" farewell show should be considered as the main Saturday gig in an emotional way. Solo singer Ainars Mielavs and his band members did not stint to play such music hits as "Kad mēness jūrā krīt" un "Ai jel manu vieglu prātu" creating some serious sparks from Song and Dance Celebration times. People got the chance to join "Sajūtu siena" ("Sensation Wall") at "Rīga 2014" cube during the day where everyone could express their feelings while "dynamiting" some colors on a white wall. It was fun, just like the festival itself. "Positivus Festival" will continue on 21 July.