Dorset's Lulworth Castle hosts fourth Camp Bestival

Mark Ronson & The Business Intl. Mark Ronson & The Business Intl. headlined on Saturday night

Up to 30,000 people have attended the fourth Camp Bestival music and arts festival in Dorset over the weekend.

The four-day event, at Lulworth Castle near the village of East Lulworth, draws to a close on Sunday evening with headline act Primal Scream.

DJ and guitarist Mark Ronson, who produced the late Amy Winehouse's hit album Back to Black, headlined the event on Saturday night.

The family-friendly festival was founded by Radio 1 DJ Rob Da Bank.

He has said that despite its success it will not get any bigger.

Other acts on the bill included Laura Marling, Groove Armada, Blondie and Eliza Doolittle.

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