The Keston Cobblers’ Club headline The Potbelly Folk Festival in Kettering this weekend.
The band is based on the folklore of the Cobbler of Keston who would hold barn dances for villagers in a bid to generate business.
Keston Cobblers’ Club have established a reputation for their DIY approach to music-making and are regarded as one of the best live acts on the UK folk circuit.
The full line-up includes Kevin Buxton, Carrie Paterson & James Denness, Doughboy Zydecajun, Phoebe Louise, Anne Janelle & James Hill, The Abrahams, Kim Lowings & The Greenwood and Graham Robins.
There will be activities for children and a cafe in the church rooms.
The Potbelly Folk Festival runs from 2pm– 11pm on Saturday, March 22.
Tickets costs £9 for adults or £6 for concessions. Admission for under-fives is free. For details visit http://ketteringartscentre.com