Music lovers are invited to keep the festival spirit going until the late summer when the Pig & Applestock returns later this month.
The festival will be held from Friday August 28 to Sunday August 30 and will be donating all profits to the Leicestershire MS Therapy Centre.
It returns to the banks of the Naseby reservoir for three days of music, food and freedom. It will be the fourth time it’s been held.
Headliners for the Friday are Rugby favourites The Anteloids, with Kontakte topping the bill on the Saturday and Jimm Zorn in the Sunday.
There will also be children’s entertainers, a samba band, a film installation, poets and late-night DJ sets.
Standard tickets for the weekend, including camping and parking, cost £25 in advance and £30 on the gate. Camper van tickets cost £30 and children under 10 are admitted for free.
The festival is held at Naseby Reservoir, NN6 6JF, just off junction 1 of the A14, and it is easily accessible from the M1.
There will be signs up on the weekend to direct motorists once they get close to the festival.
For more information about the festival and to buy tickets, visit the website www.applestock.co.uk