Music fans were treated to a rocking three days of the Frodsham Summer Festival.
Headliners The Christians, Space and The Icicle Works wowed the crowds at Saltworks Farm in Ship Street across July 8-10.
Co-organiser Mark Rowland said a mighty 3,000 people had turned out for festival over the weekend as the event continues to grow in reputation.
Mark said: “It was a fantastic weekend, even the rain held off for us.
“Everyone I spoke to really enjoyed it, I don’t think I’ve seen one negative comment.
“I’m really pleased everyone who came along had a great time and to hear it vindicates the hard work we put in.
“Personally I’m a massive fan of The Icicle Works so to see them on a stage in Frodsham was just awesome.”
Mark worked with his colleague Sonia Thomson to put on the festival, which is now in its fourth year after growing rapidly since 2013.
Topping the bill on the Friday night were the Ian McNabb-fronted The Icicle Works, who gave the following two days plenty to live up to.
Britpop heroes Space took to the stage on Saturday and called upon their 90s hits including The Ballad of Tom Jones, Avenging Angels and Neighbourhood.
It was up to The Christians, famous for their 1990 number one album Colour, to round off the weekend with a bang.
Frontman Garry Christian looked every inch the rock star dominating the stage decked out in a flashy blue shirt and waistcoat.
Running alongside the music was the trademark football tournament, which was won by Helsby Veterans.
The dust has not yet settled on another successful year, but organisers’ eyes have already drifted to 12 months’ time.
Mark said: “Of course the idea is to make it better and better each year, we are building up a reputation.
“It was a great lineup this time round and we are going to have to top it in 2017.”
Dates for the 2017 Frodsham Summer Festival have already been confirmed as July 7-9.
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