Canterbury's Lounge on the Farm a sell out success - with help from Ellie Goulding and The Streets
A drive to draw in more festival fans with mainstream acts saw this year's Lounge on the Farm sell out all of their weekend tickets, meaning the site was at its full ten thousand capacity for the first time.
This year's event, held at Merton Farm, Canterbury, saw the Main Stage move outdoors to accommodate more revellers, having previously been housed in The Cow Shed.
Dance acts moved into covered area, while The Further Stage became the even larger Meadows Stage, surrounded by local food and drink producers.
The changes didn't just mean more room for watching the acts, it also meant there was more space to house stalls and chill out areas, taking the whole experience up on notch on previous years.
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As well has having a huge outdoor stage, The Main Area had food and drink from around the globe - you check out how it looked in our photo gallery.
Another brilliant enhancement to the festival, in its sixth year, was the expansion and enhancement of The Meadows.
As you'll see from our photo gallery, this year it was home to The Farmhouse Restaurant, The Little Lounge kids area, The Playhouse (for comedy) and absolutely loads of great Kentish food and drink.
Did you make it to this years Lounge on the Farm? What did you think? See if you can spot yourselves here and let us know what you thought of the changes at the festival.