Dress to impress at Trunchonbury
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Most music festivals don't have a dresscode, but they do things slightly differently in North Norfolk.
Trunchonbury organisers have confirmed that Ladies Day will return on Sunday, August 27 - the final day of the three day event in Knapton - when men are encouraged to dress like ladies and the women are expected to dress like men.
And there are prizes for the best turned out.
A festival spokesperson said: 'This is a day for all the men to dress as real ladies, and the women to dress as gentleman! So men get your legs out and put on that flowery frock!
'Women - we are talking fake moustaches, braces and waistcoats! There will be a competition to announce the best dressed 'lady' and best dressed 'gentleman'.'
Among the headliners are former chart stars Dodgy, The Correspondents, Dub Pistols, Sam and The Womp, Banco De Gaia and Jeramiah Ferrari. For tickets: www.trunchonburyfestival.com