KNUTSFORD Music Festival is just days away.

The summer celebration returns from Thursday, June 13, to Sunday, June 16.

A feast of talented singers will perform at venues across the town centre.

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BBC Radio 2 Folk Show host and Knutsford resident Mark Radcliffe brings another selection of top artists.

Knutsford mayor Cllr Colin Banks said: “Knutsford Music Festival is one of our key events of the year and offers a wide choice of music to suit everybody.

“Please support this fantastic live music event that will once again bring our community together.”

Music on the Moor is a free community event from noon to 4pm on Saturday.

Families can bring along a picnic blanket and enjoy a wealth of live entertainment.

Music on the Moor, a free open air festival takes place on SaturdayMusic on the Moor, a free open air festival takes place on Saturday (Image: Tessa Carroll)

Knutsford Beer Festival will be setting up a bar and the local Scouts will be firing up a barbecue.

Love to Craft Mcr and Noodle Performance Arts will be running workshops throughout the afternoon.

Festival gig guides are available across the town and tickets are still on sale.

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The festival opens at Knutsford Little Theatre with Frankie Archer and Virginia Kettle’s Rolling Folk.

Acclaimed British singer-songwriter Thea Gilmore and Andrew Rumsey will be performing at St John’s Church on Friday.

Saturday Night Blues is headlined by the award-winning UK Blues artists Alice Amstrong, supported by The Nightcreatures Duo.

Transatlantic folk band The Magpies and Paul Armfield close the festival on Sunday.

The Weeping WillowsThe Weeping Willows (Image: Tessa Carroll)