The annual Fulltone Music Festival is back for its fourth year running.

This August Bank Holiday music across all genres will be performed by a 65-piece orchestra with special guests.

On the 26th and 27th of August, Devizes welcomes back the outstanding Fulltone orchestra who are bigger and better than ever.

Anthony Brown, the Musical Director and Conductor said: "I've been looking forward to this year’s festival from the moment I put my baton down last year, and I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to share what we do with so many people.

"Having events of this scale on such a local level really does ring true of how Glastonbury started all those years ago – driven by a love and passion for music, it’s really exciting – we’re here to stay and would love Devizes and beyond to get behind us.”

Throughout the weekend, you can also find many special guests such as The Four Sopranos who recently made a roaring first impression at their debut concert last May. 

Saturday is filled with a Proms-style concert with some of the best and most well-known musical numbers, movie and TV themes and huge dance hits.

Sunday brings in a huge afternoon of West End Musical show tunes and the grand finale of the weekend.

The Green will be transformed into its very own Studio 54 where the orchestra and singers will be performing a full two-hour set of 80s iconic numbers. 

With this kind of Sunday there certainly is no time for rest!

As well as musical entertainment there is also an amazing range of local food vendors.

Though food and drink can be bought on-site you are allowed to bring in your own picnic, excluding alcohol.

Tickets are £35 for the day or £45 for the whole weekend. Kids under 14 go free with a paying adult.

For more information about the Fulltone Music Festival on The Green, Devizes, and to purchase tickets, please visit the Fulltone Orchestra website.