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In pictures: Lechlade Music Festival 2019

Now in its 9th year, occasional showers didn't dampen the mood as The Feeling topped the bill at this year's Lechlade Music Festival, at the picturesque Riverside Park by the River Thames.

Scroll down to the bottom of the page to view our full album of photographs from this event.

The festival saw a boost in ticket sales in the run up to the bank-holiday weekend, with camping tickets almost sold out.

Jam-packed with over 100 performers, the festival stuck to its roots as a family-friendly event - with comedy, camping, boutique glamping, free music, dance and craft workshops, circus skills tent, burlesque and more.

Gloucestershire-based engineering giant Renishaw were the festivals Main Stage sponsor.

Jennie Rainsford, festival director and founder said: "What a fantastic festival weekend! Certainly, the best yet in our opinion.

"From the fantastic line-up to being blessed once again with the weather, a great time was had by all.

"We love to see so many familiar faces returning each year and to receive so many comments of support and appreciation from those who have visited us for the first time.

"We're eager to get planning for 2020 now, unbelievably our 10th anniversary year! There are exciting ideas in the pipeline - watch this space!"

Very early bird tickets will be on sale for next year's festival soon.

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