Thousands of music lovers were treated to an array of acts during a Wiltshire town centre festival.

The fourth edition of The Fulltone Music Festival was held at The Green in Devizes on the weekend of Saturday, August 26.

Around 2,000 people made their way to the picturesque location for the festival and were treated to a 65-piece orchestra and a variety of guest musicians and bands.

Reacting to the huge turnout, Jemma Brown, one of the event’s organisers, said: “It was an amazing weekend and the biggest thing was that it didn’t rain.

The Wiltshire Gazette and Herald: Crowds at the Fulltone Music Festival Music

“We just had an incredible event and people have been sending me pictures of their kids and grandkids just looking enthralled… we’ve been inundated with positive feedback.

“It’s so great that people locally got behind it because it was a huge task, and festivals are really expensive, but this stuff is what life is all about.”

Mrs Brown was quick to point out that the festival catered to all tastes and ages with all kinds of genres on display.

This included 90 different gigging musicians who wowed the large crowds.

The Wiltshire Gazette and Herald: Jemma BrownJemma Brown (Image: Trevor Porter)

Plans are already in motion for the festival to return to Devizes next year, with organisers looking at moving the weekend to July.