JoeFest 2017 in Pictures

This year’s JoeFest was, without doubt, the best one yet. Here are just a few of our favourite shots from the weekend.

For more amazing images don’t forget to take a look at the JoeFest Instagram.

GUTS. play the Danny and Nicky Cowley Stage.

Donald Davis playing Undercover Tide’s last ever gig.

Dawn breaks on day 2 of JoeFest 2017.

Calligraphy Club on the Charley Holmes stage – one of a number of performances throughout the weekend.

Nick Wilson performed the brilliantly moving Coming Up Slowly.

Hundreds of guests came out and enjoyed the sunshine at Stourton Estates.

Dom Robinson made a welcome return to Lincolnshire to play the festival.

Another act destined to do big things: Model Life put on a show.

Electronica trio Laminate Pet Animal went down a storm with the crowd.

The Charley Holmes stage filling up for Lauren Rycroft’s headline performance.

One of Lauren’s first gigs was with The Pylons, and this was the first time they’d shared a line up in three years.

No surprise these guys were one of the highlights of the evening. The Pylons smashed it!

The crowd were mesmerised as the sun began to set on JoeFest 2017.

Our headliners, Krrum, smash it out the park.

The last time we saw Krrum play was at BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend.

Artists, such as Dom Robinson, stuck around until Sunday morning.

It was an incredible set. Unreal to think that two years ago this would have been The Pylons playing on our back garden decking.

An unbelievable weekend at JoeFest! Thanks to everyone who made it so special!

Thanks to Alex Finlay for some brilliant photography!

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