The Kendal Calling Music Festival will be held this year, after Covid-19 saw it cancelled in 2020.
Dizzee Rascal and Stereophonics will be performing at the Lowther Deer Park site on the last weekend of July.
Last year it managed to raise thousands of pounds to help the needy, with a live weekend radio show and old sets from the years past.
Meanwhile, a bonfire night fireworks display is returning to Darlington after an 11-year break.
The events are one of the highlights of the summer as organizers have high hopes for the year ahead of the cancellation of Glastonbury, the UK’s largest music festival.
Back in January the organizers Michael and Emily Eavis sais were “deeply sorry” that the event would not take place and tickets would roll out in 2022.
Now that the immunization program continues to test mass public and inoculate them as well, tickets for many summer events are on sale.
Who Will Be Performing?
The founders of Kendal Calling Festival Andy Smith and Ben Robinson said: “The inability to celebrate together in the fields last year has greatly increased our anticipation of our return in July with a list that really captures what Kendal Calling is doing.”
Other artists include The Streets, Supergrass, The Kooks, Frank Turner, The Slow Readers Club and Scouting For Girls.
About 25,000 people are expected to attend the four-day music and art event.
Meanwhile Darlington Borough City Council has announced that fire works will be displayed in South Park will return on Bonfire Night.
Deputy chief of staff Jonathan Dulston said the event would bring together the community.
The event on Saturday 5 November, which will be see live music and food stalls, is back in the town for the first time in 11 years.
The authority’s deputy leader Jonathan Dulston said the event would unify the community.