Hundreds of revellers soaked up the sun at the sixth annual Knipfest on Saturday.
The music event in Knipton, in the Vale of Belvoir, hosted a selection of local bands who played in aid of three charities.
The line-up of entertainment included Hardback Fiction, Humming Bird, Something Nasty in the Woodshed, The Cherry Bombs, Matt Grocott and The Shrives, Dynamite Billy and Crazy Ape.
Knipfest, held at Belvoir Cricket Club, is organised in memory or Julie Copley who bravely fought against cancer.
In excess of £10,000 was raised with organisers John Copley, Richard Hart, Phil Noon and Johnnie Watchorn donating 50 per cent of the proceeds to Cancer Research UK, 25 per cent to Dove Cottage Day Hospice in Stathern and 25 per cent to St Barnabas Hospice in Lincolnshire. A small donation will also be awarded to the Belvoir Castle Cricket Trust.
John Copley, one of the organisers, said: “It was a great night that had plenty of energy and a buzz about it. The weather stayed nice and most importantly we had some great bands who performed.
“One of the highlights was when Darth Vader and a StormTropper invaded the music stage.”
“Everybody had a really good time, there was no trouble and we sold lots of alcohol.”
l For more pictures from Knipfest 2015 visit their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/knipfest