Car Parks were overflowing as crowds drove and walked to the event at Rickmansworth Aquadrome and Batchworth Lock.
The previous event was 3 years ago as 2020 and 2021 had been cancelled because of the pandemic.
Live Music areas including the Main Stage which was very packed.
Music at Batchworth Lock and Arena
At 3:35pm a Spitfire aircraft made a couple of flypast circuits over the festival.
A Lancaster Bomber did a flypast at 11.20am (Sunday May 22).
Places to eat and drink whilst having fun in the sun.
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David Montague, Rickmansworth Festival Director said:
“I am delighted to welcome Affinity Water as Platinum Sponsors of the Rickmansworth Festival. We hope our thousands of visitors can really get behind the essential environmental message of the Save our Streams campaign. It’s incredible that thanks to the support and involvement of the public, Affinity Water has managed to reduce water use so significantly. I hope our festival goers can join this movement and help us all make a difference to the UK’s rare water sources.”
- UK’s largest water-only supplier announces major partnership with Rickmansworth Festival
- Super-size bath set to inspire water saving behaviour & major comedian set to be unveiled as headliner at Affinity Water comedy stage
- Festival goers have the chance to win VIP tickets to the Affinity Water comedy stage by signing up to the ‘Save our Streams’ water saving campaign
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