ENJOY live bands, food stalls, free kids entertainment and more as Tetfest returns this weekend.

The family-friendly festival is on Saturday from noon to 10.30pm at Worwell Farm, Tetbury (GLl8 8RY).

Bands include Pure Queen, Ant Trouble, the Arkansaw Jukebox Collective, Kaiser Thiefs, Soul Destroyers, Blur tribute act Blurb and Rave Against The Regime.

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A spokesperson said: "Tetfest provides a free children's entertainment area and the festival site is fenced off with security on the gate so you can relax and enjoy the music knowing your children are safe."

Children's entertainment usually includes a bouncy castles, climbing wall and other rides so that all age groups are accommodated.

The free festival has already sold out of its 2,000 tickets.

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Tetfest always needs helpers on the day. If you would like to volunteer during the event, you can get free entry in exchange for two hours of your time either before, during of after. Emailn info@tetfest.co.uk

For further details about the event go to tetfest.co.uk or see the Tetfest Facebook page.