THIS year's Saddleback Music Festival will stretch over two days starting on Friday (July 19) when local favourite Jon Amor takes to the stage at Devizes Sports Club.

Amor, who originally made his name with cult band The Hoax, will be joined by Innes Sibun will play an all-star jam alongside Beaux Gris Gris and the Apocalypse, a New Orleans inspired American blues, folk, soul band.

On Saturday the third Saddleback festival will get underway in earnest with live music from Whole Lotta Led, Creedence Clearwater Review, Elles Bailey, Ruzz Guitar's Blues Revue and The Will Edmunds Band.

Jon Amor, who has been involved with the festival since the beginning said: "Saddleback has established itself as a fantastic family event in the Devizes calendar and I'm delighted to be involved with it once again as part of the Friday night all-star jam.

"I'm really looking forward to playing alongside Beaux Gris Gris, Innes Sibun who's a Devizes legend, and other great musicians. It'll be a highly enjoyable night."

This year the festival will be supporting charities Julias House children's hospice and Careif a UK based mental health charity.

Saturday's line-up includes The Will Edmunds band which is a blues and funk outfit featuring Will on guitar and vocals, Hammond organist Paul Quinn, and the hard grooving rhythm section of Miguel Andrews on drums and Chris Lee on bass.

Ruzz Guitar's Blues Revue is a powerful, soul injected Blues/R'nB/Rock'n'Roll band from Bristo

This a second-time appearance at the festival for Bristol based singer song-writer Elles Bailey. It was only in September 2017 that she made good on the promise of her live reputation with one of the year's most outstanding debuts across all of the roots music called Americana.

Creedence Clearwater Review are the UK's premier tribute to Creedence Clearwater Revival, one of America's

greatest bands who, despite their relatively short career, left an enduring legacy of classic songs written and

sung by lead guitarist John Fogerty. Capturing the feel, sound and atmosphere of the original songs, CCR pack

all the hits and more into two hours plus of rootsy, swampy, bluesy and country flavoured rock and roll featuring Proud Mary and Bad Moon Rising.

Whole Lotta Led are the longest-running, full-time professional tribute to Led Zeppelin. Since their formation in 1996 the band have continually led the field of Zep tributes and with over 1300 shows to their name they have performed Stairway to Heaven more than any other band in the world including Led Zeppelin.

Adult tickets for Saturday are £25, children under 13 go free and aged between 13 and 17 go for £5. Tickets are available online at or at local outlets in Devizes including Devizes Books, Avon Trophies, Detour Menswear, and Devizes Sports Club.

On Saturday doors will open at noon. On-site will be various food stalls and a beer tent.

Tickets for Friday will cost £10 on the door from 8pm.