The Port Eliot Festival has opened its gates to visitors for the final time.
Organisers announced earlier this month that 2019 will be the last time the Cornish festival is held for the foreseeable future.
Thousands are expected to attend the four day festival in the village of St Germans.
Over the July festival weekend, the 6000 acre estate of Port Eliot transforms into a "magic garden".
The celebration of literature, music, food and art attracts big names like Russel Brand, Lilly Allen and Aldous Harding.
But it's not about the big names, in fact, it's more known for its immersive and interactive nature.
This year you can expect:
Model-making WITH Aardman
Life drawing classes
Last month organisers announced that 2019 would be the final Port Eliot festival. A statement on the festival website said the event was no longer "financially viable".
While we may return one day, we would like to take this opportunity to express our overwhelming gratitude and love to everybody – our audience, the unrivalled Festival team, our longstanding Festival partners, EVERYBODY – that has made the Festival an internationally-recognised event.
Prior to Port Eliot Festival and the Lit Fest, the estate grounds were home to Elephant Fayre.
After starting out in 1981, by the end of the six years, 30,000 guests attended the festival.
The festival then returned, rechristened as Lit Fest, in 2003.
Six years later it was rebranded to Port Eliot festival.
The festival runs until Sunday 28 July, with temperatures expected to reach low-mid twenties everyday.