Thousands of people packed the waterfront in King’s Lynn for the first night of Festival Too this year.
The weather held good for Saturday’s event which saw 80s tribute band The Wildboys entertain crowds arriving at King’s Staithe Square.
Set-off on the West Lynn side of the River Great Ouse, the display lit-up the night sky and rounded-off the evening.
The free festival returns to Lynn’s Tuesday Market Place this weekend with a great lineup tonight.
Gareth Gates is the headline act for a packed night of entertainment which also
includes The Weller Council.
Thanks to a collaboration between West Norfolk Council and Amiens in France, the evening will be rounded-off with a stunning aerial display by Transe Express.
The troupe will be suspended 100ft above the Tuesday Market Place for a spectacular show.
French composer Jean-Christophe Cholet has composed a piece specially for the festival and will open the show at 7.30pm.
Extra buses are being run by Norfolk Green with the Fairstead 1, North Wootton 3 and Terrington St Clement 505 routes.