Buckingham town centre was drenched in sunshine on Sunday for Music in the Market.
The crowds turned out to watch a day of live music which was organised by Buckingham Acoustic Club and Buckingham Town Council.
A zumba demonstration got the crowd going giving everyone a chance to get some exercise.
One of the headlining acts, The Bolivian Sunshine Dogs, took to the stage at around 3pm with a song encouraging the audience to make a variety of farmyard noises, followed by a rendition of the surfer’s favourite, Wipeout.
In the evening, Madness inspired act Hope and Glory performed for an ever growing crowd.
Chairman of Buckingham Town Council’s town centre and events committee, Robin Stuchbury, said: “The turnout was fantasti c. It makes it worthwhile. The office and the acoustic club have been planning this event since last year when we got rained off. If it wasn’t for the fact we have a wide range of volunteers we wouldn’t be able to do things like this. We had people at this event from 75 to five years old.
“Long may it persist.”
Other music on the night included ska band Hope and Glory, Jimmy Brewer and Reif.
For video and more pictures from the event, visit www.buckinghamtoday.co.uk.