The Greenbelt Festival returns next week for four days of live music and arts performances.
Taking place at Boughton Estate near Kettering, Greenbelt runs from Friday, August 26 to Monday, August 29 and combines live music, performing arts, comedy, spoken word and literature talks, workshops, film and activates for children.
Creative director Paul Northup said: “We’re looking forward to our third festival in the beautiful ground of Boughton House.
“We’ve got a great music, arts, justice and faith lineup assembled.
“There are still weekend and day tickets available – together with some great deals for local residents and group discounts too.
“We’re looking forward to a fantastic, inclusive and welcoming weekend festival experience for all ages to round off the summer.
“We’re excited to welcome thousands of from all over the country to experience Greenbelt – the best festival you’ve yet to discover. Come and join us.”
The festival’s music offerings will see Friday will be headlined by Kitty, Daisy & Lewis (pictured) the Saturday by The Hot 8 Brass Band, the Sunday by Nahko and Medicine for the People and the Monday by Hope and Social.
During the four days, there will also be performances by acts including Beth Rowley, Barbarella’s Bang Bang, Regime, The Eskies, Ben Caplain and the Casual Smokers, Sam Duckworth, William the Conqueror, Pat Thomas and the Kwashibu Area Band, Akala, Gungor, Mike Peters , She Makes War, Rue Roy-ale and many more.
Adult weekend tickets for Greenbelt cost £155 with day tickets from £22.
Concessions for a range of ages are available. Discounts on day tickets are available for people living in the NN14, NN15, NN16 and NN17 post codes.
A range of camping, glamping and other accommodation is also available. For full details, visit www.greenbelt.org.uk