Banbury's Wine Vaults held their three day music festival over the Bank Holiday weekend with eight bands and a DJ performing.
Saturday's performances began with a blues set from The Dave Arrowsmith Band. Popular Banbury musician Stuart Layzell followed who was accompanied by Stevie Cooper and Jim Bennion.
For the most part the rain held off for the evening sets with indie rock trio Lake Acacia hitting the stage at 8.30pm with a powerful set of original songs from their EP Figure Frame.
Brixton Alley headlined with their unique blend of rock and rap.
Sunday things moved indoors with a day of acoustic music starting with Leigh Chambers, of DirtyJackDC, at 2.30pm. Stuart Layzell returned at 4.30pm again accompanied by Stevie Cooper. Trio BushFieldSmith entertained from 6.30pm with a unique take on popular songs.
Finally The Banbury Jazz Jam bought the festival to a close from 8.45pm.