A festival filled with music and art is returning to a Lancashire town from July 12 to 21.

Waterfoot Wakes is a pay-what-you-can festival with most events being walk-up only, though some have pre-sale tickets available for purchase.

One of the highlights includes a live music event featuring Klonk and supporting act Iguanas on the Floor scheduled for July 12.

Klonk, an eight-piece band from Yorkshire, takes traditional Eastern European melodies and blends them with genres such as funk, metal, disco, and hip-hop.

On support duty, Liverpool-based band Iguanas on the Floor are known for their synchronized guitar parts and bass lines.

The fun continues with the Waterfoot Wakes Parade Day on July 13.

Starting at Edgeside Park from 12pm, the festive procession will weave through the streets of Waterfoot.

This year's parade theme is centred around rivers, with participants encouraged to engage their creativity in representing creatures from the watery depths.

Performances from various groups along with other activities will also take place, extending the festivities at Waterfoot Play Park until 4pm.

For young theatre-lovers, Waterfoot Wakes will also host an interactive performance titled "Plot 17" on July 9 aimed at audiences aged seven to 11.

The festival's program says: "Join underground hip-hop hero Kenny Baraka AKA The Green Man and DJ D'Vo as they work to save the environment one sick track at a time.

"Plot17 is a mobile block party travelling the world raising awareness, inspiring action and spreading the message of 'making things green', with a soundtrack guaranteed to make you want to plant a tree, sure to help the seeds grow."

The festival line-up can be found in full on the official website.