Festival goers at the Womad festival in Wiltshire were forced to seek shelter from Saturday's downpour.
One of the West Country's most famous music festivals is underway.
WOMAD is known for attracting artists from around the world, including Zimbabwe, Pakistan and Columbia. And it all began at Charlton Park in Wiltshire.
Thousands are expected to turn up at the site over the next four days.
Laura Makin Isherwood reports:
Womad, the festival of World Music, Arts and Dance begins at Charlton Park in Wiltshire today.
It includes acts from Festival goers can expect an international line up including acts from Zimbabwe, Pakistan and Columbia.
It lasts until Sunday.
Children under 13 can go for free.