Huge crowds of festival-goers turned out to enjoy Pigstock 2018 at the weekend.

The crowd enjoys the weather and the music at Pigstock 2018. Picture: Paula DaviesThe crowd enjoys the weather and the music at Pigstock 2018. Picture: Paula Davies

Hosted near The Big Sheep at Abbotsham on Saturday, the crowd was treated to live music from bands including The Hoosiers, Noble Jacks, Right Said Fred and The Wurzels, who headlined the first Pigstock five years ago.

Then on Sunday it was across to the attraction, with the theme park hosting a Pigstock comedy festival, acoustic sessions from local bands and singers including Sam Dowden and Captal.

Pigstock organiser Matt Samuel, said: “It has been a fantastic weekend and I would like to thank everyone for making it such a Pigstock classic!

“Moving to a new location this year and growing in size was a big challenge for us but it all came together wonderfully.

The Hoosiers play Pigstock 2018. Picture: Paula DaviesThe Hoosiers play Pigstock 2018. Picture: Paula Davies

“As well as our lovely local Pigstockers, we had festival goers and families from around the country which was great for us and also North Devon which delivered on the day with the weather. We look forward to the next.”

The Hoosiers play Pigstock 2018. Picture: Paula DaviesThe Hoosiers play Pigstock 2018. Picture: Paula Davies

Festival goers of all ages enjoyed the Pigstock atmosphere. Picture: Paula DaviesFestival goers of all ages enjoyed the Pigstock atmosphere. Picture: Paula Davies

Noble Jacks playing at Pigstock 2018. Picture: Paula DaviesNoble Jacks playing at Pigstock 2018. Picture: Paula Davies

The Wurzels do what they do best to entertain the crowds at Pigstock 2018. Picture: Paula DaviesThe Wurzels do what they do best to entertain the crowds at Pigstock 2018. Picture: Paula Davies