Hundreds of people flocked to a popular music and comedy festival in Chesham at the weekend.
The fourth annual BURYFields took place at The Bury in Church Street, Chesham, on Friday and Saturday (June 18).
BURYFields has been wowing punters from Bucks, Beds, Herts and beyond with its unique mix of live music, DJs, comedy and all-round family fun and entertainment since its maiden outing in 2013.
This year’s event was ‘bigger and better’ than before and had a line-up packed of stars from the past, present and future.
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The festival kicked-off on Friday night with an evening of live music on the main Big Top stage headlined by chart-topping indie band The Farm, best known for their peace anthem All Together Now. They were backed by rising Chesham rockers Crossways.
Meanwhile, the popular Guilty Pleasures tent offered DJ sets from Goldie Lookin’ Chain among others alongside Punk’n’Rock Karaoke from The Liabilities and cabaret with comedian Dee Riley.
The Saturday all-dayer bill was topped by The Wonder Stuff, as well as Skinny Lister and many more on the Big Top stage while former, Sex Pistol, Ten Pole Tudor, actor and Crystal Maze Star Ed Tudor Pole lead the Woodland Acoustic stage.
The comedy stage was headlined by Jonny Awsum in the evening while there was an outdoor cinema showing children’s classics all day and a magic show in the evening.
The event also featured a host of stalls offering everything from face painting, storytelling, making stuff from wood, Henna tattoos, a bubble workshop, traditional Zimbabwe drum workshops, children’s songs and play and much more.