IRISH folk singer Cara Dillon stole the show as the 35th Cropredy festival basked in sunshine in Oxfordshire.
More than 20,000 people flocked to the tiny village for the festival which has now become an institution.
The hosts Fairport Convention made two appearances, as is now tradition, opening the Thursday afternoon with an acoustic set and then the grand finale on Saturday evening.
The three-day festival brought together a blend of new and established acts, and included: The Waterboys, Marillion, The Australian Pink Floyd, Steve Hackett and the Extended Genesis show.
Celtic bands included Scotland’s Capercaille, Derry’s Cara Dillon, Brittany’s Churchfitters and representing Wales, Deborah Rose.
Photos by Chris Egan