THERE are just four days to go until Sunshine Music Festival, kicks off.

And organisers have put together a strong line up for the Upton Upon Severn event which this year celebrates its 10th anniversary.

This year’s title is “The Festival for every generation”, with the acts chosen to ensure there is something for everyone.

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The event will play host to music from Boyzlife, 911, SClub, The Osmonds, Curiosity Killed The Cat, Claire Sweeney, Terry Hall (The Specials) and Judge Jules and Dave Pearce.

Among the headliners on Friday are East17 and 911, on Saturday will be Busted, Jedward and Showaddywaddy, and on Sunday will be Peter Andre and Scouting for Girls.

During the festival there are also tribute acts including to Stevie Wonder, Oasis, Ariana Grande, Taylor Swift, David Bowie and Tom Jones.

A number of tickets have been sold off but, according to the website, there are still some tickets left, including family tickets.

A festival spokesman recently told us: “We have been completely overwhelmed by the fantastic response to this year's line up and can’t wait to make our 10th year the best Sunshine yet.

“The three day festival will also see fans spoilt for choice with DJ’s, a huge variety of children’s entertainment, (including Sunshine’s very own circus) live band karaoke and a variety of other acts over the weekend performing across five stages.”

Sunshine Music Festival runs from Friday until Sunday, August 25.

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