The community of Holbeach is the big winner from last weekend’s Music & Beer Festival.
Around 3,000 people packed the field at Holbeach Community Sports Academy in the town to hear some great acts.
And in return, event organiser Sean Taylor will make sure that groups and organisations in Holbeach benefit from any money made.
Sean, who runs The Old Exchange mobile bar, said footfall was around 6,500 over the entire weekend, with people able to come and go to see their favourite bands.
Sean says the big draw was Rick Parfitt Junior – the RPJ Band – that performed on Saturday night and attracted the biggest crowd.
However, there was a good turnout too for Friday’s headline act Zeb Rootz and Sunday’s High Rollers.
Sean said: “I had a feeling it would be good. The weather looked promising and the hype around the bands drew a lot of it.
“We sold a lot more wristbands than last year so people liked it. It’s something for everyone, a family fun weekend.
“We are going to do it again for sure next year because we have a two-year deal with the football academy, so as long as people support it and want it.”
Final figures on the amount raised aren’t yet known, but the football academy will receive the lion’s share and the rest will be distributed within Holbeach community.