TOCKHOLESBURY music festival returns to The Royal Arms in the village tomorrow and Saturday.

Organisers said they had learned lessons from last year and there will be a dedicated beer tent, which will also play host to the marquee stage.

There will also be a huge field for car parking and Saturday will see a selection of local food on site.

Starting from 5pm, bands tomorrow include Reidy’s talent contest finalist Alex Buckley, The Jones Street Aces, Falter, Luva Gunk, Dan The Thief, Sons and Darwen Metallers and Today They Are Older, who will launch their album, The Evergreen Theory, the same night.

Saturday, from 1pm, will see he main stage outside and an acoustic stage inside the pub. The main stage is headlined by R.Y.A.N., features Rime Suspex, The Wagon Wheels, India Mill, Pigwitch, Fire In The Empire, Riders in The Ska, Cassini Club, A New Line Related, The Slydes, and Bitter Harvest.

On the acoustic stage will be Nicky Bauers, The Walrus, Tony Sharples, New York Tourists, Bad Cardigan and The Dead Romantics.