THOUSANDS of people have descended upon Upton-upon-Severn this weekend for the annual Sunshine Music Festival.

The popular event is a firm fixture in the Worcestershire calendar and always draws a bumper crowd – and this year attendees have been blessed by gorgeous bank holiday weekend weather.

Worcester News Camera Club member Les Vann took these brilliant photos at the festival.

This year Sunshine celebrates its 10th anniversary and organises gave the event the slogan 'the Festival for every generation' as the acts chosen to perform ensure there is something for everyone.

Among the performers taking to the stage are Boyzlife, 911, SClub, The Osmonds, Curiosity Killed The Cat, Claire Sweeney, Terry Hall (The Specials) and Judge Jules and Dave Pearce.

Among the headliners on Friday were East17 and 911, on Saturday it was Busted, Jedward and Showaddywaddy, and on Sunday Peter Andre and Scouting for Girls are entertaining the crowd.

During the festival there are also tribute acts including to Stevie Wonder, Oasis, Ariana Grande, Taylor Swift, David Bowie and Tom Jones.

Sunshine Music Festival runs from Friday August 23 to Sunday August 25.

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