Can you spot yourself in our Doncaster Fake Festival picture gallery?

It is one of the most popular events on Doncaster's social calendar - and hundreds of music lovers flocked to Sandall Park at the weekend for the annual Fake Festival.

By The Newsroom
Monday, 08 May, 2017, 09:54
Joanne Grinson, Amanda Deere, Sarah Gibson and Belinda Deere, of Askern.

Rockers of all ages spent Saturday enjoying music from tribute bands to The Killers, Oasis and Arctic Monkeys as well as local bands including The 48Ks and Ginger Tom.

There was also plenty of food, drink and entertainment within the specially constructed marquee which housed fans from far and wide.

Aleesha McGhee, 11 has fun on the rodeo bull.

Our photographer MARIE CALEY was there to get some pictures - can you spot yourself in our picture gallery?

The 48K's take to the stage.
Sue Thomas and Sharon Shaw enjoy the fun.
Alison Waugh, Julia Whitfield, Lee Whitfield and Theresa Todd, all of Doncaster, pictured at the Fake Festival.
Sarah Stewart, soon-to-be Shaw, held her hen party at the Sandall Park Fake Festival, celebrating with her family and friends.
Ginger Tom were among the performers.
Charlotte Morton, Abigail Plevey, Jemma Kirby and Harpreet Kaur, all of Doncaster,
GoodFellas UK band member Dominic Adams meets fans John Kirkbride and Lee Smith, both of Bentley.
Aleesha McGhee, 11 has fun on the rodeo bull.
The 48K's take to the stage.
Sue Thomas and Sharon Shaw enjoy the fun.
Alison Waugh, Julia Whitfield, Lee Whitfield and Theresa Todd, all of Doncaster, pictured at the Fake Festival.
Sarah Stewart, soon-to-be Shaw, held her hen party at the Sandall Park Fake Festival, celebrating with her family and friends.
Ginger Tom were among the performers.
Charlotte Morton, Abigail Plevey, Jemma Kirby and Harpreet Kaur, all of Doncaster,
GoodFellas UK band member Dominic Adams meets fans John Kirkbride and Lee Smith, both of Bentley.