Crowds of more than 3,000 people flocked to Swanfest to enjoy five-star performances from a host of stars.

Martin Kemp and Tinchy Stryder were among the celebs who wowed guests at the school music festival at Swanmore College, which took place on Saturday, June 18.

Three stages of music, including an acoustic option, provided the backing track for what was a fun-packed day in mostly sunny sunny conditions.

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However, the festival didn't go without one minor disaster occurring. Footage showed Tinchy Stryder's set collapsing on him midway through his performance.

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Luckily, it was quickly resolved and the rapper was able to pick up where he left off.

Aside from the music, a host of entertainment was on offer for revellers to enjoy. A giant foam pit proved a hit with some of the younger guests - much to their parent's dismay.

Organisers have since thanked those involved in putting on the 'amazing' event and admitted work has already started ahead of 'Swanfest 2.0' in 2023.

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