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13 August 2016, 07:13 | Updated: 13 August 2016, 07:32
Organisers of the BoomTown Fair in Winchester say the line up hasn't been affected by yesterday's big fire.
The car park affected's still closed while experts try to work out how it started.
80 cars were damaged but no one was hurt.
Here's a statement from them:
"A fire was reported by a member of the BoomTown Fair security team at 16.16 on Friday 12th August in the West car park of the festival. All car parks are located outside of the festival.
"Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service, were immediately called to attend to the incident.
"BoomTown' Fair immediately mobilised its onsite fire teams, security and all available staff to the scene.
"Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service, Hazardous Area Response Team (HART) and Hampshire Police, together with the Boomtown Fair staff contained the incident and the fire has now been extinguished. Hampshire fire and Rescue remain onsite to monitor the affected area. No injuries have been reported.
"Areas close to the fire within the festival were evacuated as precaution. All of these areas have been assessed and have been reinstated for public access. The West Car Park will remain closed until the investigations by the fire and police services have been concluded.
"At this stage no cause of the fire has been established.
"Boomtown Fair event management team are working to identify and support all festival goers whose cars may have been affected.
"No festival performances have been affected by the incident and the weekend events are continuing as planned.
"The immediate, rapid and co-ordinated response by our staff, contractors and agencies resulted in the swift containment of this incident to the car park area only. There are no reported injuries and we are assisting the fire investigation team and the police with all their inquiries. Anyone affected by this fire will be fully supported by our welfare and event staff."