Music festival near Diss delivers the WoW factor
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Festival goers had a fabulous time hanging out at WoW Festival in South Norfolk at the weekend.
The festival - now in its eighth year - is held at the picturesque site of Woolsey Bridge Fields just outside Diss.
Families, friends and music lovers enjoyed listening to the varied line-up as they picnicked in the sunshine and danced away.
Children made juggling balls, loom bands, butterflies and clay models which they decorated in the children's tent.
And there was definitely a community feel as festival goers caught up with friends they had seen at previous WOW festivals.
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Bands played acoustic, roots, ska, bluegrass and everything in between, and the very best of local talent performed too.
Crowd-pullers included Morganway, Das Boot, hip-hop band Mouse Fit and Horseman - big on the reggae scene - and Ushti Baba.
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Festival goers were treated to locally sourced food including homemade pizzas, bacon sandwiches, hotpots, curries, vegan dishes and even cake.
Festival organiser Geoff Dixon said: ' We provide the full festival experience but without the crowds and crushes.
At WoW you are never more than five minutes from your tent - you can stagger back and fall into it within minutes of leaving the festival.'