THE headliners for this year's Larmer Tree festival have been announced.

Running from July 16-19, James, Jack Savoretti, and Frank Turner and The Sleeping Souls top the bill for the event's 30th anniversary.

Others set to perform include Beverley Knight, The Big Moon, Ward Thomas, Gentleman's Dub Club, and Pat Thomas and Kwashibu Area Band.

The festival, which has been praised for its "inclusive community vibe", is set in the beautiful countryside of Cranborne Chase.

Further details of Larmer Tree’s music, arts, and activities will be announced in the coming weeks.

Tickets are priced at £179 for adults, £105 for teenagers and £35 for children. Adults can also obtain free tickets for children under the age of six. There’s also the option to spread the cost with part payment weekend tickets, which require a deposit of £65 for adults and £40 for teenagers.

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This year, the festival will also be running shuttle buses between Salisbury train station and the festival site.

The first line-up announcement in full:

  • James
  • Jack Savoretti
  • Frank Turner and The Sleeping Souls
  • Beverley Knight
  • The Big Moon
  • Ward Thomas
  • Gentleman's Dub Club
  • Pat Thomas & Kwashibu Area Band
  • Lankum
  • Franc Moody
  • Peat & Diesel
  • Girl Ray
  • Edward II
  • Plastic Mermaids
  • Katy J Pearson
  • Anna Leone
  • Bare Jams
  • Aaron Smith
  • Isabelle Brown
  • Arcade Hearts
  • Nuala Honan
  • The Newcranes
  • Fellman
  • Pronghorn
  • Guns of Navarone
  • Louise Jordan
  • The Neighbourhood Strange
  • Buffo’s Wake
  • The Rook
  • Dan Sowerby Band
  • The Dillyboys
  • Echobirds
  • Antoine & Owena