Cornbury opened its gates on Friday as the three day festival got underway.
Stealing the show was the 90 minute headlining set of versatile musician Jamie Cullum, playing a selection of hits and unusual covers.
Also a strong crowd favourite were 80s acid jazz pioneers, Soul II Soul who Included in their set the hits ‘Keep on Moving’ and ‘Back to life’.
The group are celebrating 25 years in the music industry and have sold over 10 million records and show no signs of slowing up.
Headlining today (Saturday) is music legend Bryan Ferry, formerly of Roxy Music, with girl band All Saints and Booker T also lined up for the main stage.
Sunday will see Seal appear while ABBA cover band Bjorn Again will close the festival with the headlining act.
Day tickets are available at £80 or £40 for young people aged 13 to 16.
Cornbury Music Festival is located in Great Tew directly in between the towns of Banbury and Chipping Norton.
For mire information visit http://www.cornburyfestival.com