Vintage dance and music attracted crowds to enjoy the 12th Twinwood Festival over the Bank Holiday weekend.
The sellout event featured a host of singers and musicians from the era of Swing and rock n roll, keeping the guests entertained on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Music from the 1930s through to the 1950s saw rave reviews for the likes of festival favourites The Lamours and Si Cranstoun, who appeared on stage from a long list of well-known bands.
Eight indoor venues, music bars and sprung dance floors had festival goers truly ‘in the mood’ as the vintage costumes brought more atmosphere to the weekend.
Air displays, classic vehicles, comedy and burlesque, kept the entertainment flowing over the holiday weekend.
More than 100 traders were busy over the weekend, with camping on site for visitors.
Organisers say the line-up for the 2014 festival is to be announced soon - visit www.twinwoodevents.com
See our video clip of dancing at the festival by June Essex.