ROCK and rollers and DJs were feted like royalty as Burnley’s Queen’s Park staged the town’s community festival.

Promoters set up three stages at the venue, amid a host of community and craft stalls, for the all-dayer.

Jeremiah Ferrari headlined the bandstand stage, supported by the likes of Stream, Erase & Rewind, J Bear, Design Rewind and Deacon Brody.

Another dance enclave, featuring DJ Woody, Seek the Northerner, Glynn Abbott and Grant Holmes, was set up in the trees.

Krafty Cows tea room provided children’s entertainment, with a visiting unicorn fairy, and Remedy gin bar catered for the older visitors.

A funfair, arts and crafts activities and the chance to try out archery and crossbow shooting, courtesy of Wood Sage, were among the other attractions.

Music lovers have been treated to a number of showcases in the town this year.

Burnley Live took over the town centre on Bank Holiday Sunday.

And Bands in the Park will bring the tunes back to Queen’s Park on July 20.

Six acts, topped off by The Uptown Band, The Joe Publix and The Dirty Suns, will appear, with arts and craft and food stalls also lined up.

A fun day has been scheduled too for the nearby Thompson Park on Sunday, May 29, from noon to 6pm.