Stockfest 2017 gets under way on Wednesday, with more than 20 events planned across Stockcross over the next week and a bit.
This is the fifth year the festival has been run in the village near Newbury, with a wide range of events on offer including live music, craft workshops and a classic car show.
Proceedings conclude with the festival finale at The Rising Sun in Ermin Street next Friday.
Phil Beer, the multi-instrumentalist and one half of the English acoustic roots duo Show of Hands, will perform as the festival’s headline act at St John’s Church on Tuesday.
Last year’s headliners, Chicago 9, are returning with their mix of rock and roll, R&B and soulful country, and play at Sutton Hall on Saturday.
The classic car show with vintage and craft fair is being held on Sunday throughout Stockcross, with a host of entertainment on offer.
And there will be a variety of workshops and talks going on during the festival, on topics such as origami, sewing and caricatures to name a few.
A full list of events can be found at stockfest.co.uk. Tickets can be bought online or from the Stockcross village shop, while many events are pay on the door.