HUNDREDS of people gathered in Laverstock for a live music event.

Live at Laverstock 2024 was hosted at Laverstock and Ford Sports Club on Sunday, May 26.

Despite uncertain weather, hundreds of people filled the field to watch live entertainment from local bands.

The set list included Oasis Maybe, The Phogues, The Deloreons, BC/DC and King Louie.

King Louie kicked off the show at 3.30pm and drummer Nige, who has been part of the cover band for five years, said: "It's well subsidised with some cracking, quality acts with a local company being central stage."

Salisbury Journal: Micha Dluzewska, Alan Broad, Nige Weaver and Adam Weaver from King Louie.Micha Dluzewska, Alan Broad, Nige Weaver and Adam Weaver from King Louie. (Image: Newsquest)

Salisbury Live and the Immersive Group joined forces and expected 2k people to attend the event.

Dave Hancock, director of the Immersive Group, said: "I think it's a good collaboration between local organisers Salisbury Live combining with Laverstock Club and the Immersive Group to put on something local that supports local vendors."

Mr Hancock hopes the "inaugural event" will become a regular on the annual live music calendar with room to expand to cater for up to 5k people.

"Thanks to Laverstock Club and local residents for being so supportive," added Mr Hancock.

Scroll through our gallery of photos taken at the event above.