Thousands attended the annual Frogfest family music festival in High Wycombe on Sunday, May 26.

This year's festival was yet another resounding success, featuring live music, food, and fun activities for attendees of all ages.

Frogfest 2024 showcased 24 bands on three stages across High Street, Church Street, and Frogmoor.

Festival-goers spent the day dancing and singing along to the non-stop musical extravaganza.

The introduction of the 'Student Spotlight' stage by BNU School of Creative Industry, highlighting local talent, received rave reviews from the audience.

Children and families enjoyed a variety of engaging activities including kids rides, street performers, circus workshops, face painting, and a fire-breathing dragon.

The town centre echoed with laughter and joy as children participated in these activities and soaked in the vibrant atmosphere.

Culinary enthusiasts indulged in international cuisines supplied by a variety of food trucks.

Offerings included Greek, Lebanese, Jamaican, and Indian dishes, and Mad Squirrel’s Craft Beer Truck proved popular among craft beer lovers.

The festival also offered a unique shopping experience featuring boutique craft and gift stalls.

Attendees had the opportunity to browse and purchase handmade items.

Community organisations such as Wycombe Food Hub, Wycombe Environment Centre, The Swan Theatre and Wycombe MIND contributed to the festive spirit with engaging stalls, games, and entertainment.

HWBIDCo CEO Melanie Williams, one of the organisers of Frogfest, praised the success of the event.

Melanie Williams said: "We are thrilled with the turnout and the positive feedback we have received.

"Frogfest 2024 was a celebration of community, music, and culture, and we look forward to making next year's festival even bigger and better."