RAGLEY HALL welcomes a weekend of live music, fun and food as the family festival Camper Calling returns for its fourth year with an even bigger line-up, writes Eve Watson.
This bank holiday from August 23-25 the festival will be hosting acts such as Skunk Anansie, The Fratellis, Tony Christie and Lucy Spraggan.
This year campers can book an extra night and arrive on the Thursday afternoon and enjoy a host of entertainment.
Funk and soul icon Craig Charles will be headlining the opening night, joined by chart toppers The Christians with hits like Forgotten Town and Ideal World.
Friday night will be a party night with dance anthems all evening, LED costumes, a light and laser show and dynamic choreography.
Brit Award winners The Fratellis will be taking to the stage on Saturday with indie sing-along tunes, joined by acts like Ash and The Feeling.
Skunk Anansie, Sleeper and Tony Christie will be performing on Sunday to round off the festival, with classic hits for everyone to enjoy.
As well as music, there are also activities for all ages such as face-painting, fun fairs, bumper-cars and woodland walks.
The festival also offers creative workshops, campfires and a dance tent as well as award-winning street food, pop up cocktail bars and a Bier Keller with live music.
Camper Calling director Shelley Mears said:“ It’s a true honour to welcome such legends to our festival. I believe that this is our strongest line up yet!
“I for one can’t wait! There is guaranteed to be something to get you and the kids throwing shapes from noon until night.
“And it’s more than just the music, a large majority of the festival is programmed with families in mind so whether you are 5 or 105 there is something for everyone!”
For ticket details visit www.campercalling.com