THE Wrexham Lager team say they are 'lost for words' following the support shown for their Open Air Music Festival.

The event, which took place on Saturday (June 19), saw over seven-hundred people attend.

Gates at Commonwood Fishery opened for 12.30pm and then followed over eight hours of music, beer, food and stalls to keep guests entertained.

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Welsh music icon Dafydd Iwan - famous for the Yma O Hyd song - was one of the main attractions for the crowd to enjoy.

The superb Declan Swans also performed as well as the likes of Catalyst and Johnny Ash on the Wrexham Lager Stage and Evrah Rose, Tom Wilson and more on the Acorn Acoustic Stage.

Wrexham AFC fan and internet sensation Bootlegger (aka Karl Phillips) was the special announcer as acts took to the stage.

Wrexham Lager took to Twitter after the event to highlight the support shown by those who attended.

In their statement, they wrote: "Wrexham, we're lost for words. There really is not a lot more we can say other than thank you and you absolutely smashed it.

"Believe in this town, it's only going one way!"

Enjoy a gallery of some of the best pictures (all taken by Wrexham Lager unless otherwise stated) from the event which we have put together above!