A HUGE day of family fun is set to return bigger and better than ever.

Tottington’s Big Day Out 2019 will be held on Sunday, July 7 and is jampacked with more entertainment, attractions and music than ever before.

Six bands are lined up to delight audiences from the stage throughout the day.

Among those confirmed so far are the Bury and Barnsley-based outfit Jimmy Tweed and The Roaches who will bring their mixture of covers of classic tracks and new favourites.

Joining them are North West Blondie tribute band Rapture, performing the new wave legend’s greatest hits with a full live band.

Also confirmed are music scene veterans Reload, sure to get the crowd up and dancing with their classic rock and pop.

And the line-up also includes Mustard whose constantly updated show never fails to throw in a few surprises alongside all your favourite classics and the latest floorfillers.

Away from the main stage there will be dozens of stalls and attractions to keep people of all ages entertained, including a bouncy castle and fairground rides, plus tombolas, hook-a-duck, face painting, Henna body art and glitter tattoos; and a cross bar challenge and beat the keeper competition.

There will also be various toy and book stalls and stalls from Foster with Bury, Signature Funerals, Annabelle’s Challenge Charity, Kip McGrath Tutoring Service, Friends of Bury Folk – Save the Greenbelt, Polish Club Bury, Bury Chiropractic, Pets in Need, Tottington Litter Pickers and Redwall Studios / Music Tuition.

And if that was not enough, always sure to go down a treat, there will be range of food and drink stalls on hand including The Picnic Basket, plus BBQ, pizzas, fish and chips, sweets, crepes, soft drinks and an ice cream van.

The Big Day Out will be held on St John’s Cricket Ground, off Beryl Avenue, Tottington from 12pm.

Entry is priced £2 per person and attendees wishing to leave and return will be stamped on the way out.

Car parking will be available at Tottington High School, and Kirklees Street will be closed from the junction with Royds Street.

For information visit tottingtonsbigdayout.co.uk.