A TOWN'S annual music festival proved a smash hit once again with something for all the family.

The Well Inn Festival took place in Holywell on Saturday, kicking off just before midday and carrying on right through into the evening.

Videos and pictures by Don Jackson-Wyatt

A free event funded by the town council, it gave an opportunity for a wide array of music talent, both local and from further afield to perform and show off their talents.

The main stage was located at Tower Gardens but acts also performed at four smaller stages at venues dotted across town - The Boars Head, The Old Wine Vaults, The Feathers and The King's Head.

A Cambrian bass band began the festivities with a march through the town shortly before midday ahead of the first acts taking to the stage.

Elvis Presley tribute act Paul Larcombe, known as Pure Presley, was one of the highlights while more than half-a-dozen bands took to the main stage, including Wrexham act Souljacker.

The free event also hosted a children's area with a Kids Karaoke.