A classic rock festival is returning to the county for three days of live music and real ale.
A New Day Festival, which takes place just outside of Faversham, boasts a line-up of well-known artists including Rock and Roll Hall of Fame legends The Zombies and The Jam’s Bruce Foxton.
The festival, which takes place from Friday, August 18 to Sunday, August 20, also offers street food, real ale bars and overnight camping.
This year, the music begins on Friday with live performances from former Motorhead guitarist Phil Campbell, ‘70s glam rock outfit Geordie, blues band Nine Below Zero and theatrical rock group Thunderstick, among others.
The following day, another round of artists will be taking to the stage including Canterbury-based band Caravan, ‘90s psychedelic duo System 7, folk rock band Lindisfarne, fusion group Ozric Tentacles and Pentangle, whose members include Jethro Tull’s Gerry Conway.
The final day features some of the biggest names of the weekend, including a headline set from The Zombies.
The band formed in the 1960s and went onto release a string of hits such as She's Not There, Tell Her No and Time of the Season.
The group found particular success in the US where they became part of the British Invasion movement, which saw bands including The Beatles, The Who and the Rolling Stones gain popularity in America during the mid-1960s.
The band were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2019 alongside Stevie Nicks, Radiohead, The Cure, Def Leppard, Janet Jackson and Roxy Music.
Supporting The Zombies on the Canterbury Ales stage is From The Jam.
The group, whose members include original The Jam bassist and songwriter Bruce Foxton, will perform some of the Mod band’s biggest hits.
There will also be performances from Eddie and the Hot Rods, Franck Carducci, Slim Chance, ZZ Toppd and the Glenn Miller Orchestra.
Festival-goers can also enjoy a selection of real ale and ciders from local breweries including Gadds in Ramsgate, Kentish Pip in Canterbury and Shepherd Neame in Faversham.
For those who want to stay for the whole weekend, there are camping tickets available.
The campsite will be open from Thursday, August 17 with a number of food and drink stalls open for early arrivals.
You can book festival tickets online here.
There are also upgrades, including glamping and campervan options, available to book on the website.