Can you spot yourself in our Jimmy’s Festival gallery?
PUBLISHED: 07:15 22 July 2018 | UPDATED: 07:15 22 July 2018
A dad introduces his young son to some rather loud rock music on stage Picture: JAMES AGER
Jimmy’s Festival kicked off with a day of novelty and nostalgia, as a host of families came together to watch both new talent and familiar faces take to the stage.
A family enjoy the live music at Jimmy's Festival Picture: JAMES AGER
It’s the festival for everybody – with acts ranging from Paul Young and the Happy Mondays, to Tom Lumley and Andy and the Odd Socks, the family event at Jimmy’s Farm provided the perfect opportunity for little ones to experience live music for the first time – while keeping the grown ups happy.
To top it all off, crowds enjoyed perfect festival weather as the sun shone down on the annual celebration of music and food in Wherstead.
Can you spot yourself in our gallery?
Jack Lovell enjoys his first ever ride with his dad Chris looking after him Picture: JAMES AGER Ryan Wakeling, left, and Steve Shaw both enjoy their beers at Jimmy's Festival Picture: JAMES AGER Families and friends all enjoyed the live music and other entertainment, such as face painting, that was available at Jimmy's Festival Picture: JAMES AGER A general view of the crowds at Jimmy's Festival Picture: JAMES AGER Some young festival goers have a chat during a short break in the live music performances Picture: JAMES AGER Lead singer Tom Lumley, left, meets music fan Alex Phillips after performing for the crowd Picture: JAMES AGER Abigail and Sarah Frost take part in the competition at the Coes stand Picture: JAMES AGER Plenty of festival goers had brought umbrellas and parasols along to help protect them from the sun Picture: JAMES AGER Tom Lumley thanks the crowd at the end of his set Picture: JAMES AGER Lots of festival kept their drinks topped up as the sun shone at Jimmy's Festival Picture: JAMES AGER General view of festival goers enjoying the music Picture: JAMES AGER
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