Oasis tribute band Noasis will headline this year’s live music festival in Tetbury.
Tetfest is returning once again this summer on July 13, giving bands and musicians from Tetbury and the surrounding area an opportunity to showcase their talents in front of a live audience.
Durandau Ballet, the Mick O’Toole Band, the Ukey Dukes, Mike Ayliffe, Nightwish UK, Bones Like That and DJ Moggy are also set to perform.
It’s not just music, the event also aims to provide family entertainment to the community and will have a disco bar, a free children’s entertainment area, food stalls and face painting.
A fully licensed beer tent and bar will also be on offer.
Each year, all surplus profits are donated to charity with last year’s event raising nearly £1000 for worthy organisations such as Tetbury Hospital and St. Mary’s Primary School, Tetbury.
Along with a new name, this year’s event will also have a new venue in Worwell Field, Cirencester Road, Tetbury.
The site is said to be spacious, easily accessible and has plenty of room for car parking.
Tetfest is an all ticket event with a maximum capacity of 500.
Tickets are available online at
or from Tetbury Hardward on London Road.
Family tickets are also available.