A weekend of high quality music will be coming to Napton over the course of two days in July.
Music-lovers will descend on the grounds of the village hall for Napton Festival on July 8 and 9.
This is the tenth anniversary of the festival and organisers hope it will be the best yet.
Headlining acts include tributes to The Stone Roses and Take That.
Take That LIVE Tribute Band are the headline act for the Saturday night and are as close to the real Take That as possible with their costumes, vocals, choreography and appearance.
Gordon Clarke, who is a trustee of the Napton Music Festival Trust, said: “The real Take That are playing in Hyde Park on the same day, but we say, forget that, come to Napton Festival!
“We are all looking forward to seeing previous festival-goers and new people this year so get in the festival mood, get the date in the diary, purchase your tickets, tell your friends about it and make it a 2016 summer highlight.”
Tickets for the event are now on sale and the full line up has been confirmed, with plenty of other attractions to keep visitors entertained.
There will be a bit of attitude from The Total Stone Roses on the festival’s opening night.
The band are all in their early to mid twenties, bringing the same passion, vigour, arrogance and charisma that only the young have, the old want and that cannot be faked.
Appearing on Friday are The Ellipsis, 4th Labyrinth, Warwick Junction, Dead Frequency and Jolly Rogers.
Also appearing on Saturday are Feral Ghost, Grace Solero, Gun Hill Riffs, Rosellys, Matilda Pratt, The Rejects, Robinson Stone, The Bombardies, The Greg Coulson Band, Sophie DeBattista and The Redhills.
Tickets for Friday only are £10 and Saturday only tickets cost £18.
Entrance for under 14s is free.
A ticket for both days of the festival costs £20.
For more details go to www.naptonfestival.co.uk