HUNDREDS of people filled Burnham-on-Sea’s streets as BOSfest returned for a second year.

On Saturday (August 31) visitors were treated to live performances from Somerset bands including Madcap, Healthy Junkies and IDestroy, street art from John D’Oh and Jacob Dear, poetry readings and live comedy performances.

And on Sunday (September 1) the festival continued in Burnham-on-Sea’s Manor Gardens and crowds enjoyed performances from Dry White Bones, Nick Harper and Recovering Satellites.

A spokesman for BOSfest said the event was a big success and thanked everyone who supported the festival this year.

“We would like to thank all the amazing musicians and singers, you were all wonderful and a real pleasure to welcome to our festival,” the spokesman said.

“Thank you to GC Sound and Light and Graham Philip Cook and his team who did a superb job as always. Also a thank you to Nathaniel Topping and Cameron Dyer for your assistance on the others stages, well done you two.

“Well done to Damian Nicholson and Sophie Nicholson for all your hard work bringing these painters here and enabling this to happen.

“Thank you to all of you who came along and supported the event, we hope you enjoyed it as much as we did.

“Thank you so much for being the most wonderful support, BOSfest can not exist without you.”