Westival returns to Pembrokeshire Coast National Park in Wales from July 19 to 21.
The second edition of the intimate coastal festival, a sell-out last year, brings together artists like Marcellus Pittman, Mim Suleiman, Peach (pictured), Donna Leake, Esa and Australian DJ CC:DISCO!, who makes her Welsh debut.
There will also be extended sets, including a six-hour back-to-back from Dekmantel favourite Orpheu the Wizard and Jamie Tiller.
Westival's press release reads: "Artists are given plentiful time to perform, and are pushed to play beyond their comfort zone, crafting genre-weaving sets, which are encouraged, and preferred to one hour switchovers seen frequently in today’s music scene.
"This festival gives music fanatics a real chance to witness respected underground artists searching through the depths of their record collection with only a handful of other guests."
Other acts playing include Masalo, Afriquoi, Yaaba Funk, and local artists Autarchy Sound System and Harri Pepper.
A brand-new stage has been added to last year's stages and chill-out areas as the capacity is increased to 1500, double the number of last year due to ticket demand.
On Westival’s benefit to the local area, festival co-founder Joe Worley said: “In our case we are working with over 40 local businesses and almost 200 temporary staff, which will help boost the local economy.
“Music festivals offer a unique theme and a genre which allows for people of all music tastes to come together and see their favourite acts live.’’
Fellow founder Jack Lear said: “Where else are you going to get a festival this close to beaches with so many artists that have never played in Wales before?’’
Weekend camping tickets are currently available for £70, but if you want free entry, voluntary five-hour shifts are available, ranging from setting up and working in the car park to registration and litter picking.
Head here for more information and tickets. See the line-up and photos of the location and last year's edition below.
[Photo: Cecu CL]