BLUE skies, great music and a relaxed atmosphere have combined today to bring a mellow vibe to the Saddleback Music Festival in Devizes and there is still time to enjoy the fun.

Money is being raised for Julia's House Children's Hospice and mental health charity Careif at the festival at Devizes Sport Club.

Rick Kibby from the organising committee said today: "We have been very lucky with the weather and everyone here seems to be having a great time.

"There is still the chance to come on down and join in."

Local favourite Jon Amor got the music started yesterday evening when he appeared with Innes Sibun and Beaux Gris Gris.

He said: "I really enjoyed it. I always enjoy playing in front of a home crowd in Devizes. On stage it was pretty raucous."

Today The Will Edmunds Band were first on stage followed by Elles Bailey and Creedence Clearwater Review.

Also on the bill are Ruzz Guitar's Blue Revie and bringing things to a close will be Whole Lotta Led a renowned Led Zeppelin tribute act.

Adult tickets cost £25, children under 13 go free and aged between 13 and 17 go for £5. Tickets are available online at or at local outlets in Devizes including Devizes Books, Avon Trophies, Detour Menswear, and Devizes Sports Club.