PUNK, folk, trance, ska – all and much, much more filled the air at Todstock 2011.
The two-day festival brought an explosion of music and other acts to Centre Vale Park in Todmorden.
Following in fine festival tradition, revellers had to brave some rain but the weather could not dampen the spirit.
An impressive 12 stages boasted a huge variety of acts.
There was rock and roll from the Frontier Psychiatrists on the Jack’s House stage, a performance from Cornwall punks the Skunk Muffins in the Herbidacious Big Top, underground dance music from Labrot on the Anonymous Sounds stage and reggae DJs Dr Huxtable and Cojo in the Axis Sounds Systems tent to name just a few of the huge amount of performances on offer.
There were also plenty of other activities including music workshops, giant inflatables, funfair rides and craft and market stalls.
Profits will go to the Sophie Lancaster Foundation, Overgate Hospice and Unicef Famine Relief.