3 August 2014
Last updated at 18:57
Camp Bestival is under way in East Lulworth, on Dorset's Jurassic Coast.
The festival is held in the grounds of Lulworth Castle, a 17th Century hunting lodge built by Thomas Howard, 3rd Lord Bindon.
Many of the 30,000 revellers began arriving at the Lulworth estate on Thursday.
The festival is known as the "little sister" of the Bestival music festival, which is held on the Isle of Wight each September.
The event is targeted at families with young children. Headliners this year include Basement Jaxx, De La Soul and James.
Boutique camp sites are set up in advance of the festival for revellers wanting some extra comfort. Yurts, tipis, bell tents and squrts - mini yurts - are all available.
The event takes place from Thursday 31 July until Sunday 3 August.
Dance workshops, a fancy dress parade and arts and crafts will take place over the weekend.
Former Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr performed on Friday.
Circus performers, medieval jousting and falconry entertained the crowds.
There are lots of activities and entertainment for children including theatre shows and crafts.
Lots of festival-goers were in fancy dress.
As well as music, the festival features activities, poets, talks, theatre and comedy.
Mr Tumble, the star of ‘Something Special’ on CBeebies, entertained festival-goers on Saturday.
Sophie Ellis-Bextor performed on Saturday.
This year's festival has a circus theme.
There were lots of circus-themed activities
A variety of performers made their way through the crowds on Saturday.
Dan Le Sac Vs Scroobius Pip performed on Saturday
The festival draws to a close on Sunday.