The headliner for Lancashire’s newest music festival Oak Fest, has been announced.

The one-day event is back on Saturday, July 27, at Oak Hill Park in Accrington for its second year, with special early bird tickets on sale from only £15.

Set against the stunning Lancashire backdrop, Oak Fest claims to be the 'best-value' and most 'vibrant' festival for 2024, with platinum-selling star Kate Nash headlining.

Best known for her breakout hit 'Foundations', which went double platinum along with her debut album 'Made of Bricks', along with other hits 'Do-Wah-Doo' and 'Mouthwash', Kate Nash also starred in Netflix series Glow.

Last year, a crown of almost 5,000 people descended on Oak Hill Park for the music festival's inaugural year.

Lancashire Telegraph:

Oak Fest brings together music and community once again in Accrington with its varied line-up including local lads from the band BB5, from Oswaldtwistle, opening the festival.

All the way from Amsterdam, the indie pop group Pip Blom will perform their 'beamy grinned beats', whilst Mr. Wilsons Second Liners are ready to 'move and groove' with their unique blend of New Orleans brass and popular dance hits.

Jessica Winter is set to dazzle with her songs, crossing over from disco to indie-pop.

Bhangracise are bringing the energy with their interactive performance to popular Punjabi tracks, promising to have everyone on their feet.

The Untold Orchestra blend their spectacular orchestra with the biggest hits from the world-famous pop group ABBA.

DJ Simba hosts throughout the day to keep the tunes going before northern favourites Bez & Rowetta finish the day on a high with their 60-minute DJ set.

Oak Fest is described as the North’s 'friendliest' music festival where all are welcomed to celebrate the UK’s vibrant music and art scene, whether that be in front of the main stage, the local stage programmed by Ossyfest, or the Silent Disco where attendees dance all day and night.

Festival goers can enjoy food from around the world, or if they’d prefer to bring picnics they are welcome.

Lancashire Telegraph:

Drinks are available from the bar which offers a wide variety of refreshments including cocktails, soft drinks, beer and wine.

A free shuttle bus that runs from Accrington train station and Accrington Town Centre to the festival will be available to use for festival goers, included with their ticket.

Tickets start at £15 with the individual early bird ticket offer, available for a limited time and are available to buy via Skiddle.