PICTURES: Large crowds enjoy BOSFest

PUBLISHED: 09:22 13 September 2018 | UPDATED: 10:30 13 September 2018

Some Villains perform
BOSFest with acts and free entertainment 
01,09,18

Some Villains perform BOSFest with acts and free entertainment 01,09,18

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Organisers of a free music and arts festival have hailed the event a ‘success’.

Free flow artist Bev Gustar from WsM with her manadala
BOSFest with acts and free entertainment 
01,09,18Free flow artist Bev Gustar from WsM with her manadala BOSFest with acts and free entertainment 01,09,18

BOSFest returned to Burnham for its second year at various venues across the town on September 1 and 2.

Venues including the Princess Theatre, The Ritz, The Victoria Hotel and Manor Gardens opened their doors to performers and acts.

BOSFest with acts and free entertainment 
01,09,18BOSFest with acts and free entertainment 01,09,18

Salsa dancers and drummers performed on the community stage, while more than 20 street artists created new displays across the town.

Authors including Sonny Topham, Francis Evesham and Becky Hewlitt read to visitors in the library.

BOSFest with acts and free entertainment 
01,09,18BOSFest with acts and free entertainment 01,09,18

Event organiser Tanya Dyer said: “I would like to thank everyone who came along over the two days and to all those who volunteered, as without them this event would not be possible.

“We had a big crowd on Sunday at Manor Gardens as we were fortunate with the weather.

Ukele band Wivelele entertain
BOSFest with acts and free entertainment 
01,09,18Ukele band Wivelele entertain BOSFest with acts and free entertainment 01,09,18

“This was only our second ever year so I am pleased with how successful it was.”

Kobi 6 trying out circsu skills
BOSFest with acts and free entertainment 
01,09,18Kobi 6 trying out circsu skills BOSFest with acts and free entertainment 01,09,18

Ukele band Wivelele entertain
BOSFest with acts and free entertainment 
01,09,18Ukele band Wivelele entertain BOSFest with acts and free entertainment 01,09,18

Ukele band Wivelele entertain
BOSFest with acts and free entertainment 
01,09,18Ukele band Wivelele entertain BOSFest with acts and free entertainment 01,09,18

Ukele band Wivelele entertain
BOSFest with acts and free entertainment 
01,09,18Ukele band Wivelele entertain BOSFest with acts and free entertainment 01,09,18

BOSFest with acts and free entertainment 
01,09,18BOSFest with acts and free entertainment 01,09,18

Ukele band Wivelele entertain
BOSFest with acts and free entertainment 
01,09,18Ukele band Wivelele entertain BOSFest with acts and free entertainment 01,09,18

BOSFest with acts and free entertainment 
01,09,18BOSFest with acts and free entertainment 01,09,18

Some Villains perform
BOSFest with acts and free entertainment 
01,09,18Some Villains perform BOSFest with acts and free entertainment 01,09,18

Some Villains perform
BOSFest with acts and free entertainment 
01,09,18Some Villains perform BOSFest with acts and free entertainment 01,09,18

Kobi 6 trying out circsu skills
BOSFest with acts and free entertainment 
01,09,18Kobi 6 trying out circsu skills BOSFest with acts and free entertainment 01,09,18

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