HUNDREDS of folk fans will enjoy live music and lots of it as a popular festival returns with a packed programme of performers this weekend.
From the moment the Headland Folk Festival kicks off on Friday night, bands and artists will take to the stage across a number of venues over the course of the weekend.
Weekend tickets, priced at £32, are still available which guarantees admission into the four main concerts.
The first will be held at St Mary’s Church on Friday night, headlined by the Young’Uns.
Headland Baptists Church will host a gig on Saturday afternoon before Greg Russell & Ciaran Algar and Brasy will headline a concert at St Hilda’s Church on Saturday night. Tickets can also be bought on the door of each of those gigs, priced at £10.
Another main concert will then be held at Headland Baptist Church on Sunday afternoon from 12.30pm, with admission priced at £5.
Musicians will also be on stage for a series of free gigs around the Headland, being held in pubs, the library and on Town Square.
For a full list of all of the paid and free concerts taking place on the Headland over the weekend or to buy tickets visit the Headland Folk Festival’s Facebook page.