Glaston-Bury has been in full swing today as it returns for its 15th year this bank holiday.

Thousands of festival goers have packed into Bury today for a full day of entertainment and live music.

With a total of 21 stages, six outdoor and 15 indoor, there was something for everyone and performers were ready to give it their all today.

Stages have been set up in popular venues across the town including The Blind Tiger, The Earl of Derby and Wax and Beans.

Headlining the festival were a Bury band called Broken Biskits who are an indie/punk/rock cover band.

Pinked Floyd, Happy Mondaze, Oasis Supernova and The Daft Punk Experience performed on one of the many stages as well as cover acts for Lady Gaga, Adele and Frankie Valley who attracted a large crowd.

Broad Street, Bank Street, The Wylde and Castle Street have all been closed off today to make way for the stages and acts.

The event raises funds for Bury Hospice as well as other local causes in and around Bury and has raised more than £200,000 in donations since it started in 2008.

The event started at midday today and will end at 10:30pm.

It’s expected that more than 3,000 people will come to see the festival today.

Pictures by Danny Crompton