Burton Agnes Jazz and Blues Festival returned for its seventh consecutive year.
The festival showcases some of the finest jazz and blues acts in the magnificent surroundings of Burton Agnes Hall.
It appeared to be more successful than last year, which organisers put down to the blistering hot weather.
Hundreds turned out to enjoy the great atmosphere across the stages and the courtyards, with a varied line up of funk, traditional jazz, blues, dreamy vocals and everything in between.
The grounds offered plenty to do for all the family, including a Children’s Corner with play area, 15 acres of gardens to explore, and a woodland walk with sculpted creatures.
Anna Briggs said: “It was all a success. The performances were great and the camping was brilliant.
“Last year was wet and miserable weather so we assume the numbers are definitely up from that!”
See a picture spread from the festival in this week’s Driffield Times & Post, and see a video from the festival on this website.