MARBURG'S Black Snake Creek Festival featured an exciting line up of activities and attractions, including music and plenty of rev-ups for Ipswich car lovers.
Now in its seventh year, the event is well established on the local and regional calendar and didn't disappoint on Saturday.
The weekend kicked off with the opening of the art show and quilt exhibition, and the Rheanna Leschke Band played live on the slab in Marburg's Community Park.
The bush poets' breakfast launched Saturday's line up, followed by a fantastic street parade at 11am.
A wide range of market stalls catered to "something for everyone" including certified native plants, children's toys and clothing, hand-made jewellery or locally grown vegetables.
Youngsters enjoyed circus, music and craft workshops, and a chance to get up close and snuggle with babies in the farm animal nursery.
Others enjoyed cars on display with visitors able to talk to the owners of these rare and much-loved vehicles.
Heading a long list of bands performing on the slab will be the award winning Mic Travers Band.
They band has previously played many festivals including the Brisbane and Woodford Folk Festivals and performed work from its most recent album, "Briefly Briefly" which was on sale at the festival.
Bands on the slab continued through the day and at night the music action moved to the Marburg Hotel where the popular Kirsty Falconer and her band performed.
Special appearances by the 'stilt walker' from Circus Dreamz, Beppo the Clown and Magic Mal, Ipswich Just Rock, the Rosewood Shufflers, members of the Australian Costumers Guild in period costume, the Cockatoo Man, and a button accordion band kept the festival hopping.
At the Marburg Skate Park there were skateboard demonstrations and tips, and a competition - for learners or advanced - skaters didn't miss a beat of the fast-paced action at the park.
The Rosewood Shuffle also performed.
Others enjoyed the delicious food, chilled out on a hay bale or chair under the shady trees while they took in the sights and sounds of the Snake Creek entertainment.