Crowds of people enjoyed a day of traditional Lincolnshire folk music at the George Hotel in Leadenham.
It was the eighth annual Day of Lincolnshire Folk Music, Dance and Song, with a wide variety of performances taking place at The George and other locations in the village.
The event was organised by 600 Whiskies Unplugged – a folk club named after the huge variety of whskies on sale at the George.
Owner of the George, Mike Willgoose said the event had been a huge success with acts from across Lincolnshire playing infront of around 1,500 visitors.
“The atmosphere was fantastic,” said Mr Willgoose. “Something really special.”
This year’s event saw a new location in Leadenham involved, with a special stage at the tea rooms where the audience could watch acts and enjoy a cuppa with performers.
“We had three stages altogether, “ added Mr Willgoose. “We had a huge variety of acts from all over Lincolnshire, all contributing to a marvellous day.”
Mr Willgoose praised the work of the 600 Whiskies Unplugged club and its organiser Tom Lane.
“He puts a tremendous amount into it,” he said. “It takes a lot of organising, but it really pays off with a day everyone really enjoys.”