Music stars from the last 40 years and the cream of young local talent entertained thousands of revellers as this year’s Festival Too drew to a close at the weekend.
Two packed nights of entertainment on Friday and Saturday brought the curtain down on the 30th annual music spectacular.
And Bridget Nurse, chairman of the festival’s organising committee, said: “It’s gone really, really well.
“We had about a 14,000 crowd on Saturday, which was fantastic.”
Friday’s show was headlined by 90s band Republica, whose hits Ready To Go and Drop Dead Gorgeous were among a rocking set.
Hugh Cornwell, the original frontman of The Stranglers, was the main support act, performing a mixture of classic hits and new material.
The evening began with a performance by students from St Clement’s High in Terrington St Clement before local band Blurred Vision took to the stage.
Saturday’s line-up was opened by students from the King’s Lynn Academy, before Kingdom Keys, runners-up in this year’s Twisted Melon Battle of the Bands competition performed.
Downham singer Elise was next on, followed by London-based singer-songwriter Harry Cracknell, who was joined on stage by rapper Chase Blake for a couple of numbers.
For anyone with strong memories of music from the 90s, the weekend was a real treat, as Dodgy followed Republica from the night before in taking them down memory lane with a set including their most famous hits, Good Enough and Staying Out for the Summer.
The evening then came right back up to date with a performance from X Factor finalists Only The Young, who were particularly popular with the younger part of the crowd.
And the festival was brought to a climax with a blistering set from The Fratellis.