Music lovers of all ages flocked to Preston’s Moor Park over the weekend to enjoy a free festival for all the family.
The UK’s biggest free tribute festival came to the city’s park for the two-day entertainment extravaganza - and all festival goers had to pay was the ticket booking fee.
The many bands providing the music over the two day event included tribute acts to Arctic Monkeys, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Metallica, Blur, Guns N Roses, Bon Jovi and the Foo Fighters.
As well as featuring two stages of music, the park had children’s fairground rides, thrill rides, food stalls and beer tents.
The team behind RockPrest is UK Tribute Festivals who are the founders of Festwich and Boltfest.
The sunny weather on Saturday attracted plenty of people and despite the scattered downpours on Sunday, it didn’t deter people from heading to the park to listen to the up and coming talent.