It's one of the biggest events in the south west's musical calender this year.

And now, it's less than two weeks until the eagerly anticipated Fulltone Festival comes to Devizes.

The Green will play host to the 65-piece Fulltone Orchestra, plus 20 singers, as part of the two-day festival.

On Saturday, August 28, the music of Gershwin, Holst and Elgar will be followed by scores from Star Wars, Jurassic Park and Titanic.

Then comes the great hits of the eighties from icons like Madonna, David Bowie, Kylie, Toto, Ultravox and Blondie reimagined.

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Then, as nightfalls, dance anthems will play into the night.

On Sunday, August 29, the Fulltone Orchestra will be joined by guests such as local legend Pete Lamb.

More cinematic productions of musical legends like Glenn Miller, Ella Fitzgerald and Frank Sinatra will be taken on when The Fulltone Big Band launches, followed by a Rock Legends set: The Who Guns ‘n’ Roses, Led Zeppelin, Tina Turner, U2 and Pink Floyd.

The grand finale of the festival will be a set of Queen’s greatest hits.

Musical director of the orchestra, Anthony Brown said the range of music would make the hairs on your neck stand on end!

Jemma Brown, who organises the event with her husband Anthony, added: "This is life beginning again after so long without live music.

"I'm beyond excited, I can't wait to share what we have planned with so many people.

"As an orchestra, we haven't done anything for 18 months, so the chance to come together again is huge. There's been a lot of emotion in rehearsals already, this truly is many people's greatest passion."

The Fulltone Festival will also have food and drink on offer from local companies such as; Stealth Brew Co, Fizzy Fellows, Scout and Sage Gin, Green Farm Events For Food, Rowdy Cow Ice Cream, Savannah Sweets and Woody’s Coffee House.

“You will have the time of your lives, we promise!”, Jemma added.

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