The Homegrown Music Festival is back
A music festival that supports East Anglian musicians is set to kick off tomorrow.
The Homegrown Music Festival, now in its sixth year, will be over three days, on two stages and will welcome more than 40 acts.
The festival was developed to promote and support the vibrant local talent and live music culture, taking the festival experience back to its family friendly grass roots.
Not only will there be a local bands but activities including yoga and art workshops will be on site for visitors to the show.
The line up includes Blue Mean Eyes, country singer Jack Rundell, Stretch Soul Gang (pictured) and BurySOUND 2018 winners, Influx of Insanity.
The Homegrown Festival is on from June 8-10 at Suffolk Academy, Barrow. For more details,opening times and to buy tickets, go to www.homegrownfest.co.uk