The line-up has been shared for a music festival returning to west Suffolk in summer. 

The Bury Folk Festival is taking place at Nowton Park on Saturday, June 29 for a one-day festival with three music stages and stalls offering local food and drinks.

Founded by local folk artists Steve Martin and Gavin Mitchell, the festival first ran in 2015 and has become known for its laid-back and intimate atmosphere. 

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Mr Martin passed away in 2022 with Mr Mitchell saying there was "no question" to continue the festival in his legacy. 

"Folk is a broad umbrella and this festival encourages people with all kinds of tastes to see the talented musicians our region has to offer," said Mr Mitchell. 

"The venue is safe, immersive and low-key - perfect for a festival that aims to welcome people from all walks of life."

The Bury Folk Festival puts a spotlight local music artists with previous acts including Thy Last Drop, Lizzie Hardingham and The Shackleton Trio.

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As well as the mainstage acts, the festival offers sessions, sing-arounds, and the chance to mingle with people from the folk music scene.

This year the line-up includes headliner Reg Meuross and up-and-coming folk-punk artist Fraser Morgan. 

The "crazy shanty shenanigans" of Isle 'Ave a Shanty are also returning to the park this year.

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Early bird festivals are now on sale for the Bury Folk Festival.

All-day tickets for adults are £22.50, it is £7.50 for children aged between 12 and 16, while children under 12 can attend for free. 

There are also tickets available for just the evening costing £10 for adults and £5 for children.

As well as food and drink, including real ales, stalls will also be selling artisanal wares.

It is taking place in Nowton Park Walled Garden from 10.30am to 9.30pm.