One way or another a music festival in Misterton is hoping to raise money for a worthy cause.
Organisers of The Massive Misterton Music Festival have secured a One Direction tribute band, amongst many others, for the event which takes place on Saturday June 21.
And the time is running out to by early bird tickets, which give cheaper access to the event.
The festival will take place at Misterton Golf Driving Range between noon and midnight, and is raising money for the air ambulance.
Alongside the 1D soundalikes (The Wanted Direction), other top tribute acts include Heart of Glass (Blondie) and All Mod Cons (The Jam). Closer to home, local bands are The Torn, Misterton’s Catch23 and Owston Ferry group One More Mile And Hour.
Sammy added: “Get into that festival vibe with free tent camping on the festival site. Strictly no umbrellas, no gazebos.”
Early bird tickets are available, until May 21, at a price of £15 for adults, with children under ten going free with a paying adult. Additional child under ten £10 and £10 for ten to 17-year-olds. All children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
Tickets are available from Misteron Chip Shop, butcher Wayne Howe, Greenhills Store in Haxey, Nisa Local in Westwoodside and Epworth News, or phone 01427 891060.