SOME Velvet Morning, Narrow Plains and Slydigs are just some of the first names released in the line-up for this year’s Lechlade Music Festival.
The festival team has personally listened to over 400 applications to carefully select a variety of high quality live music.
There is a mixture of new and emerging talent this year and a wide range of styles from funk to folk, rock to rap, Hip Hopera such as Josephine & the Artizans, world music such as Lorraine Lionheart, the Defence Academy Military Wives Choir and festival favourite Charlie Baxter.
The three-day event, taking place on May 23 to 25, promises to be better than ever with a third stage increasing the number of bands to over 80.
Children 16 and under still get in free to the event. Tickets are £57 for the whole weekend.