Puzzle solved for a rocking bank holiday

Festival at Puzzle Hall Inn, Sowerby Bridge Pictured is Ollie Perry on drums for Buzzard

Festival at Puzzle Hall Inn, Sowerby Bridge Pictured is Ollie Perry on drums for Buzzard

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REVELLERS rocked their socks off at a Bank Holiday Festival.

Cocktails, beer and a barbecue were just the start of the entertainment at the The Puzzle Hall Inn, Sowerby Bridge.

Live acts rocked the outdoor and indoor stages for the three-day annual festival.

Becca and the Broken Biscuits kicked things off on the Friday night.

Saturday saw Scott Olgard getting things underway at 4pm followed by Boxing Club.

Next up were Stations, Uncle Johnny and Hellbound Hearts.

By the evening drinks were flowing and the crowd were ready for the top-billed acts beginning with Wot Gorilla.

Headliners The Virginmarys, who have supported major bands including Skunk Anansie, brought the curtain down on a great day.

By Sunday the crowds were ready for more, starting with Spirit of John, JP Cooper, Catfish and the Bottlemen, The S.S.S.S.S and Liverpool band Outfit.

Sons of Mischief got the crowds ready for the headliners – local band Buzzard, who were playing their last ever show dubbed ‘The Final Flight’.