Around 7,000 people enjoyed music, dancing and fun in the sun when the Wickham Festival returned for four days.
The festival, which began Thursday 4th August and runs until Sunday 7th August, attracted crowds eager to catch live performances such as 10cc, the Saw Doctors, the Levellers and the Waterboys.
Held in the fields just off Blind Lane, the annual event sells thousands of day tickets, as well as hosting campers in tents and RVs.
There are family-friendly activities, such as story time, inflatables, and a kids’ disco, plus music on two main stages.
There was also a smaller stage, a comedy tent, many vendors, many food and drink vendors, dance performances, and more.
Photographer Stuart Martin was there for the Hampshire Chronicle to capture some of the best moments.
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