THERE will be 14 bands over two days as musicians visit Napton Festival.
Toploader, famous for their 1999 hit Dancing in the Moonlight, are the headline act at the festival which also features Daventry band A Trip to the Sun.
The festival takes place on Friday, July 6 and Saturday, July 7.
Toploader was formed in 1997 and the four-piece band have accumulated more than two million album sales and made regular appearances in the UK top 20.
Tickets, if booked before the festival, cost £25 for adults and £15 for young adult between 16 and 18.
Entrance and camping for children under 16 is free if they are accompanied by adult.
There is also camping and parking facilities and a selection of one day tickets available.
Other musical acts performing at the festival include The Total Stone Roses, a tribute to The Stone Roses, Rugby-based The Jelly Heads and a tribute act Guns2Roses.
New for this year’s festival is a separate marquee which will be playing reggae and ska music throughout.
For further information or to buy tickets for the festival, visit www.naptonfestival.co.uk.
For your chance to win one of two pairs of tickets plus camping and parking at the festival, see this week’s Daventry Express.