Sugababes have kicked off Tom Kerridge's Pub in the Park festival with an hour-long performance to thousands of fans.

The three-piece girlband, who shot to fame in the 1990s, delighted festivalgoers on Thursday night in Higginson Park. 

The Sugababes took to the brightly-lit stage at 9.30pm after the crowds had partied to DJ Jordan Lee and tribute band Fleetwood Bac. 

The trio performed many fan-favourites including Overload, Freak Like Me, Round, Round and Push the Button as well as material from their latest album, the Lost Tapes. 

Speaking in between songs, Keisha Buchanan, Mutya Buena, and Siobhán Donaghy said it was one of the first gigs the three of them had done since they reformed and they thanked the crowd for being "great". 

The group turned emotional before singing Stronger, dedicating the song to those who had faced tough times over the last few years. 

The four-day event, created by celebrity chef Tom Kerridge, brings together live music, food and drink. is taking place at Higginson Park in Marlow town centre with crowds of up to 7,000 people each day. 

The line up this year includes Tinie Tempah, Clean Bandit, UB40 and Eurovison star Sam Ryder. Radio DJ Chris Moyles and food critic Jay Rayner are also on the bill. 

The Jacksons are headling Friday night with Tinie Tempah taking top spot on Saturday evening.