A total of 14 acts will be coming to the Napton Festival tomorrow and Saturday.
It will be held in the grounds of Napton Village Hall and runs throughout both days.
Headlining the first night of the festival is Coventry- based band The Fallows while the top band on Saturday is The Jellyheads.
The Fallows are a four-piece acoustic/folk/rock band from Coventry who feature accessible self-written material. They formed in February 2010 and have played a whole host of festivals and great gigs so far.
The Jellyheads are on a five-man crusade to keep the seminal spirit of punk rock alive and are inspired by The Clash and The Stranglers.
Daventry-based band Trip to the Sun also appear. The four-piece band plays a variety of covers including Pink Floyd, Free and Jimi Hendrix as well as original material.
Hot Fiction are a hotly tipped English soul/rock band. They’ve been aired on Absolute Radio and featured at music festivals up-and-down the country.
The two members, Andy Yeoh (drums and vocals) and Simon Miller (guitar and vocals) met in school where their shared musical understanding blossomed.
Following university both had accumulated a wide range of song-writing and performance experience.
Other performers such as The Laurence Jones Band, Trouble with Tuesday, Steven Bor, Brave New Storm, Jet Pack, Cabstars and The Fuss will also be playing at the festival.
There will be a bar, beer tent, champagne and Pimms bar and food served.
Tickets cost between £10 and £15 while camping for the two nights is £5.
People are advised to book early as tickets are limited to 500.
For further information about the two-day event or to book tickets, visit naptonfestival.co.uk.