There was something for fans of everything from reggae to cutting edge dance music at Witney Music Festival.

Headliners at the annual family-friendly two-day event on The Leys were ska and reggae icons The Beat, featuring Ranking Jr, son of the late Ranking Roger.

The Absolute Stone Roses headlined on Friday night supported by leading Muse tribute act beMUSEd.

And there were more female-fronted bands than ever before including Gina Larner, Lucille & The Lightning, Soul Train and Lina and The Lions.

Meanwhile in the new 400-capacity dance tent DJs included Sista Stroke which headlined on the Friday, The Daft Punk Laser Show on Saturday plus Beatles Dub Club and Chemical Dance.

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Chair Eric Marshall said: "I think it is fair to say that it was the best year ever.  The line-up worked well and showed a depth of talent that was comparable to any of the larger festivals around the country.  

"The Beat delivered an amazing set that closed the festival on the main stage with Sista Stroke headlining at the same time on our new dance stage."

He added: "We have worked hard as a team to deliver something different this year with a stronger line-up and our brand new dance stage.  

"We had more female fronted bands and DJs than ever before which just shows the strength of the talent out there.  

"Judging by the overwhelming feedback I think we delivered. At times we as a team struggle with pulling the festival together while doing our day jobs, but when you see a result like that it’s all worth it.

"Bring on 2025!"