Gallery: Fans flock to music festival

MUSIC fans turned out in their hundreds for this year's Bramfield Festival on Saturday. The festival, now in its fourth year, boasted over 20 live acts, including up-and-coming London rockers The Thirst, 60s cover band The Overtures and legendary singer-s

MUSIC fans turned out in their hundreds for this year's Bramfield Festival on Saturday.

The festival, now in its fourth year, boasted over 20 live acts, including up-and-coming London rockers The Thirst, 60s cover band The Overtures and legendary singer-songwriter Benny Gallagher.

Featuring a new acoustic big top tent as well as a main stage, over 800 people attended the festival this year.

Organiser Stella Robson said: "It was a great success.

"Lots of families turned up, and it looked like they were all having so much fun.

"All of the bands were fantastic, the big top tent was packed for Benny Gallagher's set, and The Overtures are the best party band in the world.

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"We could've gone on all night.

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