Three days of music, real ale and entertainment will be on offer at a family friendly festival in the Derbyshire Dales.
Over twenty acts will be playing at the Exile Music Festival from Friday, June 27 until Sunday, June 29.
The line-up includes indie pop band Indigo Sky, guitarist Keith Donnelly, blues rockers Blackfish Music, folk duo Hicks and Goulbourn, energetic Americana band The Buffalo Skinners, acoustic foot-stompers Rita Payne and award-winning musical collective Fat Digester playing a heavy mix of funk, soul and hip-hop.
The festival takes place at Sabine Hay, just outside Darley Dale in a quiet woodland above the Derwent valley.
A real ale bar will be available, courtesy of The Fishpond in Matlock Bath along with heart warming food stalls.
The School of Story and Art will be running story making workshops for families on Saturday and Sunday morning.
Andy Martin, of the festival said: “I suppose we pride ourselves in the fact that the festival, now in its ninth year, has evolved into what we consider to be the best small family friendly music festival in Derbyshire.
“Beautiful music in beautiful surroundings.”
A weekend ticket for adults is £55, a weekend family ticket is £130. Under 13s get in for free and free camping is available with a weekend ticket.
For more information go to www.belpermusicfestival.org.uk/