Dozens of bands are due to play The Willow Festival which heads to Billing Aquadrome for three days next week.
The event claims to be the ‘world’s largest festival that exclusively showcases new, emerging and unsigned live music artists’.
Northamptonshire bands including The Barratts, VHS Pirates, The Snakemen 3, The Last Of Us and The Red Triangle Circus Gang and The Mobbs will join acts including The Endeavour, Indian Summer, Kasai, Where Fires Are, Mark Rowlands, The lashers, Andy Hughes, Thirteen, Mark Shepherd, Graces, Matt Howard, Ben Murphy, Yossarian, Cameron Sanderson and Stone Kings. More than 100 acts are due to play during the weekend.
Organisers are yet to reveal full stage details and times for the event.
The Willow Festival runs at the Northampton venue from June 10 to June 12. Camping is available and can be booked via the venue.
Tickets must be bought in advance and cost £10. Billing Aquadrome also charges £10 per vehicle coming onto the site. Visit www.willowfestival.org.uk/northants