Dance, acoustic, rock and spoken word artists will be some of the acts to appear at the City Sound Project this weekend.
The inner-city music festival, which is expected to attract crowds of up to 2,000, returns to Canterbury on Sunday.
More than 40 acts, including the likes of hip hop duo Dan le Sac vs Scroobius Pip, will perform at various venues across the city.
Other headliners include house act Shadow Child, psychedelic rockers Splashh and DJs Eton Messy.
Dan le Sac vs Scroobius Pip
Wristband holders will have access to all venues, including the Marlowe Theatre Studio, The Cuban, The Penny Theatre, Jolly Sailor, The Old Brewery Tavern, Browns Coffee House and Bramleys.
Organiser Blake McCaskill said: “Previous years have seen chart toppers like Bastille and Duke Dumont perform at CSP, so we really need to have something special this year to reach the high bar we have set ourselves.”
For more information and tickets, visit citysoundprojectuk.com or facebook.com/citysoundproject.