Award-winning festival Glaston-Bury is back this August bank holiday with many entertaining acts taking to stages around the borough.

Many artists in this year’s line-up have been announced with recognisable tribute bands including Pinked Floyd, Happy Mondaze, Oasis Supernova and The Absolute Stone Roses showing off their talent.

A host of other acts will feature in the festival's 14th annual event, which takes place on Monday, August 29.

More than 20 venues across Bury that will be holding Glaston-Bury including Stanley’s of Bury, The Earl of Derby, The Trackside, The Clarence and Wax and Beans.

The festival was established in 2008 and has raised over £200,000 to date for their main beneficiary Bury Hospice and many other causes.

In 2021 the festival hosted more than 200 bands and performers who played at their indoor and outdoor stages.

Applications have also now opened for places on the market stalls in the town centre, including paid pitches and free pitches for Bury-based community groups.

The market will be a site in the town centre and is open to the general public as well as Glaston-Bury wristband holders.

Performer applications opened back on March 1 and ticket prices are still awaiting confirmation.

Tickets are only available to buy on the day from the ticket office.

Acts that have been announced are listed on