Nine arrests as Bulldog Bash event takes place
Nine people were arrested as part of a police operation for the 25th Bulldog Bash in Warwickshire.
Around 10,000 people attended the four-day festival at Long Marston Airfield, near Stratford-upon-Avon.
The arrests were made as a result of an intelligence operation as people travelled to the event. There were no crimes reported, police said.
Organiser, Echo, said he had welcomed this year's low-profile policing operation.
"There were no real issues and we were grateful really that there was a return to more sensible low profile policing outside the site," he said.
"It was a bit like in the early days when police were just there monitoring, making sure traffic is okay."
Police said the arrests were for offences including possessing an offensive weapon, Class A and Class B drugs, and ammunition. They also included motoring offences.
Assistant Chief Constable Neil Brunton said: "This year's policing for Bulldog Bash involved fewer officers than previous years and was, we believe, a huge success."
In 2007, Hells Angel Gerry Tobin was murdered after the event and bikers groups clashed at Birmingham Airport in 2008.