Kendal Calling, situated on the beautiful Lowther Deer Park Estate in Cumbria's Lake District, was held 30 July-1 August. This was the festival's fifth year running.
OK Go invite audience members on stage and shower the rest of the crowd in confetti during their Saturday afternoon set.
On Sunday morning, punters took a break from the live music to participate in an 80's-style work out.
A shot of some punters over at the Main Stage, which was headlined by Calvin Harris, Doves and The Coral.
British Sea Power went a bit mental and trashed the stage at the end of their set Sunday night.
Deathretro played a very loud, metal set on Sunday at the Calling Out Stage.
Chickenhawk shared the Calling Out Stage with other acts like These New Puritans, Dananananaykroyd and Good Shoes.
The King Blues played on the Main Stage Sunday, shortly before Kid British, The Subways, Badly Drawn Boy, British Sea Power and The Coral.
Leeds-based indie rockers Buen Chico played a very summery set on the Calling Out Stage on Sunday afternoon.
Brixton dance legends the Stereo MC’s played a lively set on the Main Stage on Friday afternoon, right before headliner Calvin Harris.
Kendal Calling caters to a wide range of genres, including this lakeside collaboration between The 30 Minute Skiffle Hour and rockabilly outfit The Spirit Of John.
Calvin Harris brought the dance party to Kendal Calling during his headline set on the Main Stage on Friday night.
Local Lake District boys and recent Mercury nominees Wild Beasts played to a huge Main Stage crowd on Saturday evening.
The Coral played songs from their new album, 'Butterfly House', during their Sunday evening headline set.
Craig Charles finished the weekend off in style, inviting members of the crowd up on stage to boogie with him during his funk-and-soul DJ set at the Kaylied Stage. Kendal Calling is “just like a mini Glastonbury in the Lake District”, says Charles.