All tuned in for Perton music festival
An annual family music festival is returning to a trust in Wolverhampton.
The Kingswood Trust in Perton is preparing to host its third Family Outdoor Music Festival and Camp-Out, which will take place on July 27.
A number of activities will be on offer such as an Indian head massage, and a wide range of musical acts.
While those staying the night on the camp-out will enjoy a treasure hunt and storytelling and singing around the camp fire.
Paul Gooderham, singer and musician said, “I’m looking forward to performing at Kingswood Trust for their music event.
"It’s a beautiful place with a really friendly atmosphere, this is a fine local festival that will grow and grow.
"I’m glad to be able to support this charity too so that it can continue to improve the lives for children, young people and the wider community for many more years to come.”
Games and refreshments will also be on offer to visitors.
Charity Manager Rachel Wells said: “We had great feedback from customers both on the day and through social media last year.
"Our event was thoroughly enjoyed by all who came to listen to our eclectic mix of music and I thought all of the performances were of top quality.
“Events like are hugely popular and help to raise the profile of our charity so that more people can benefit from the educational and well being opportunities it provides."
Tickets for the camp-out have sold out, but tickets for the music festival are still available by visiting www.eventbrite.co.uk.
The festival runs from 2pm until 7pm on July 27.