Wychwood Festival is one of the UK's best family-friendly music festivals, held each year on Cheltenham's famous racecourse.
Attracting people of all ages, Wychwood has become renowned for its genre spanning lineups featuring legendary artists and fun and games for all ages, right down to its variety of kid activities.
To give you an idea: think comedy, face painting and more real ale than most beer festivals, all in the beautiful surroundings of the Cotswolds.
The lineup will be announced closer to the festival. The last edition featured The Buzzcocks, Levellers, Billy Bragg, Cabbage, Zak Abel, Let's Eat Grandma and Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark.
Cheltenham Racecourse is world-famous as a horse-racing venue, but it has also been home to Wychwood Festival since its first edition in 2007.
BY TRAIN: Cheltenham is well connected to most major cities in the UK. Buses regularly run from Cheltenham Spa rail station to the race-course.
BY PLANE: Birmingham Airport and Bristol airport are roughly equidistant from Cheltenham racecourse.
FROM BIRMINGHAM AIRPORT: Trains depart every 10 minutes into Birmingham New Street train station (a 10 minute journey costing about £3). From there, trains to Cheltenham Spa depart every 20 minutes and take 40 minutes to arrive. The fare is around £15.
FROM BRISTOL AIRPORT: Buses run regularly between Bristol Airport and Bristol Temple Meads rail station. From there trains regularly run to Cheltenham Spa, a 40 minute journey costing roughly £9.
Children aged 4 and under enter for free, but you must still book a ticket for them in advance.
Yes, there will be plenty of car parking space.