A small three-day festival set in the Bedforshire countryside with blues, folk, and roots bands performing across two stages. Sited on an old RAF airfield (where Glen Miller took his last flight in 1944), the main stage faces a grassy man-made bowl with a forest stretching behind it.

With organisers saying they don’t want to be known just as ‘Britain best unknown festival’, they are aiming high, promising high quality food and drink with the beer coming from Charles Wells Bedford brewery and all bars featuring real ales.

There will also be a healing field showcasing alternative therapies, a full funfair and a children’s area. Expect also literary events, such as readings with John Cooper Clarke, and possibly a cinema.