Bestival marked the end of another festival season this past weekend – and with the likes of Florence And The Machine and Stevie Wonder headlining it was definitely one to remember.
Wade MacNeil of punk band Gallows wasn’t afraid of meeting his fans on day two of Bestival. Who needs a stage, right?
New Order closed day two of Bestival with a set dedicated to Joy Division frontman Ian Curtis.
Bestival-goers where lucky enough to enjoy glorious sunshine throughout the festival…unlike last year.
This year’s Bestival fancy dress theme was wildlife and as usual the crowds pulled out all the stops like these two girls who decided multi-coloured snails were going to win them the competition.
The XX drew a huge crowd as they took to the main stage on Friday night.
Fun times were had by all at Bestival – and what says ‘I’m having fun’ more than bubbles?
Alex Trimble of Two Door Cinema Club rocking out on Bestival’s main stage on Saturday.
British soul artist Michael Kiwanuka played day four of Bestival.
Even Mr Motivator was back for another Bestival, helping hungover punters get ready for another day of partying.
Looks like one Bestivalite just couldn’t contain her excitement.
Singer-songwriter Lucy Rose has an album out soon and is on tour throughout the UK in October and November.
Some festival fans go all out for Bestival’s wildlife fancy dress competition.
Icelandic band Sigur Ros made their UK comeback at Bestival on Sunday night – thought they later described it as a “miserable experience”.
There was more than one shocked face as these two giraffes started strutting their stuff down Bestival’s fancy dress stage. Oh no, wait…
Ben Howard performed tracks from his debut album, ‘Every Kingdom’.
Bestival fans show how much they really love the festival as they pose in front of a huge 3D ‘I heart Bestival’ sign.
Bat For Lashes, aka Natasha Khan, returned to Bestival to perform on the Sunday.
Bestival by night.
Kate Nash treated festival-goers to some unreleased tracks from her as yet unnamed third album.
The main stage at Bestival played host to some awesome acts this year.
Jessie Ware embraced Bestival’s wildlife theme and transformed herself into a cat for her performance.
That Bestival magic in full.
Charlie XCX was the one to watch at Bestival and her new single ‘You’re The One’ drops next week.
Friendly Fires returned to Bestival, bashing out a few tracks from their second album ‘Pala’, as well as classics from their debut.
Kindness, aka 29-year-old Londoner Adam Bainbridge, hit the stage on Friday.
We’re not sure what the one on the right is suppose to be but at least they’re having fun!
Yukimi Nagano of Scandinavian electronic band Little Dragon performing at Bestival.
Elena Tonra of electro folk band Daughter plays on Saturday at Bestival 2012.
American hip hop artist Doom takes to the Bestival stage wearing his iconic mask.
Hip hop veterans De La Soul hit Bestival on day two of the festival.
Delilah doesn’t even have a single piece of music released yet but was definitely one to watch at Bestival.
We wonder if these festival-goers were watching Adam Ant at the time…
Stevie Wonder closed Bestival on Sunday with a two-hour set including covers of songs by Michael Jackson, John Lennon and Marvin Gaye.
And so Bestival ends the festival season with a bang for another year.