The Pig and Applestock festival returns to the village of Naseby for a second year this weekend.
The festival, which supports local music and produce, is held on the bank of Naseby Lake from Friday, August 30, to Sunday, September 1.
Acts performing on Friday include Fan Tan Jack Robert Selby, Jimm Zorn, Victoria Major, The Anteloids and Jen Elvy.
On Saturday, Misty’s Big Adventure, Preacher and the Bear, The Anteloids, The 7:20s, Subtitles, Peter Bassman, Christian Deathray, The Yes Mess, The Shady and Kid Kirby play.
Finally, on Sunday The Lycergics, Auntie Alfie’s Medicinal Cabinet, The Pale Faces, Eyes For Gertrude, Hollie Aires and Black Market Karma play.
On the Friday and Saturday there will be DJs playing into the early hours.
Music on the Friday begins at 7pm and midday on the Saturday and Sunday.
There will also be a range of cider, beer, food and activities for children throughout the weekend.
Tickets cost £20 in advance. This includes entrance to the festival, camping and parking for the entire weekend.
All the proceeds raised at the festival will be donated to the Leicestershire Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Centre.
Tickets cost £25 on the gate. For full details visit www.applestock.co.uk.