Still sexy at 60! Sting keeps concertgoers entertained with an energetic performance at this year's Henley Festival
14:27 GMT, 30 July 2012
He might be 60 but Sting is showing no sign of slowing down.
The legendary singer was one of the lead acts at this year's Henley Festival, and proved that despite his advancing years, he still has the ability to delight his fans with renditions of some of his most famous tracks.
Literally bounding on to the stage at the event, held in a stunning location overlooking the water, Sting performed songs such as the ever-exciting Roxanne, the moving Fields Of Gold and the energetic Every Little Thing She Does In Magic.
Still sexy at 60! Sting is showing no signs of slowing down, as he showed while performing at the Henley Festival earlier this month
Belting it out: Sting delighted the festival goers with renditions of tracks such as Roxanne and Fields Of Gold
Fans were also treated to a brief appearance from Madness singer Suggs, who made his way onto the stage for a brief interlude during the show.
Sting's performance was just one of the high-octane concerts which took place during the five-day festival.
Other performances came from Katherine Jenkins, Olly Murs, Alfie Boe and Lulu, as well as comedian Tim Minchin, who all delighted the crowds with their different styles.
Famous faces: Suggs, who briefly joined Sting on stage, mingled with fellow stars including Nancy Dell'Olio
Smiles all round: Sting looked casual in a green jumper earlier in the day, while Suggs went for a dapper look in his suit and tie
Refreshment time! Sting was presented with a special bottle of Patrn tequila before taking to the stage
The festival is quickly becoming known as one of the most exciting musical events of the summer.
As well as the concerts, the 24,000 guests at the Henley Festival had their pick of culinary delights and thirst-quenching concoctions from names such as Veuve Clicquot and the delicious Patrn tequila, who came up with a variety of cocktails to keep festival-goers and performers alike refreshed during the festival.
Concoctions included the Patrn Cosmopolitan, the Patrn XO Cafe Frappe and non-alcoholic cocktail the Red Berry Smash.
Keeping guests watered: Patrn hostesses served cocktails including the Patrn Cosmopolitan to guests
What a finish! After Sting's performance, the evening was rounded off with an impressive firework and laser display
Complete with a Black Tie dress code, the Henley Festival is definitely the festival of choice for the more discerning music lover.
For more information on next year's festival, which runs from 10th to 14th July 2013, visit Henley-festival.co.uk.