Over a thousand people flocked to the Vintage Day in Louth’s Cornmarket on Sunday (June 22), as part of this year’s Zero Degrees festival.
Visitors were taken back in time to the 1940s and 1950s thanks to live music from the Queen Street Jazz Band and The Schoolhouse Rockers, dance classes and demonstrations, vintage stalls, and some attendees even received prizes for the best vintage gear.
There was also chance to soak up the European style ‘cafe culture’, with outdoor seating throughout Cornmarket for revellers to enjoy the sunshine with a hot drink and a bite to eat.
The event was just one small part of the Zero Degrees festival, which began on Friday (June 20), which promises to offer plenty of fun and culture in Louth over the next three weeks.
The Festival’s Chairman, Alan Mumby, said: “The original idea behind Zero Degrees was to show off the talent we have in our town, to get residents and visitors alike into the town centre to enjoy themselves, and to build something which would establish Louth’s profile as a festival town, nationally.”