Plans are already being made for next year's Jersey Live festival
Organisers of annual music festival, Jersey Live, have hailed this year's event a success with high ticket sales and few arrests.
Two arrests were made during the two-day festival, Jersey Police have said. Last year 10 were made.
More than 9,000 people attended the event at the showground in Trinity.
Warren Holt, a festival director, said plans for next year's event are already being made, with ideas to make the weekend more family friendly.
Mr Holt said he was looking into providing more entertainment for children.
He told BBC Jersey: "What we may do next year is invest a bit more into an actual children's area.
"So there might be a little bit of a fee for children under 12 next year.
"There was a little bit of one this year but we donated that to our chosen charity which is Headway.
"Next year we may actually increase that price for the kids and give them entertainment as well."
Police presence at Jersey Live 2009 was decreased which the States police said worked well.
Det Ch Insp Andre Bonjour, of Jersey Police, said: "We felt the event went extremely well, over both days.
"There were just two arrests made, by the Honorary Police, which were directly related to Jersey Live.
"We feel that the stewards did an excellent job - there were around 20 people evicted from the site, for various reasons, by the stewards."