A popular festival is set to return after a two-year break due to the pandemic.

Tottington’s Big Day Out will be taking place on Sunday, July 3 from 12pm until 6pm at Crompton Meadows on Beryl Avenue.

A host of entertainment such as five bands, a "kids zone" with a bouncy castle and playgrounds will light up the event with stalls and bars set up on the day.

The full line up for the stage has recently been announced.

Duran Duran and Spandau Ballet tribute band Rio Gold, singer Billy Moon, Bury act Retrospect, borough-based Urban Theory, described as an "indie/rock/punk festival band", and "high energy" performers The Noel Fraser Band will be playing to audiences.

Tickets are £2 on entry for all attendees.

People are also being reminded that Kirklees Street will be closed to vehicles from Royd Street.

This will be residents-only access and access to Crompton Meadows is only from Kirklees Trail or Beryl Avenue. There will be no other points of entry.

Car parking will be available at Tottington High School on the day.