HIGHWORTH’S biggest music festival returns tomorrow.

This year’s Wrde Up Festival will once again be held at the Recreation Ground, featuring live performances from great musicians and top tribute acts.

Earth Wind For Hire will bring some 70s vibes to the town as they headline the event.

The Secret Police will be entertaining audiences with every breath they take, and the Will Smith Experience will have the crowds Gettin’ Jiggy With It all afternoon.

Local bands including Young Vintage, Splat the Rat, and Rough Cut Originals will also perform.

A kids zone with circus acts and a funfair will keep the little ones happy, and guests can also enjoy food, refreshments, and a silent disco.

Before the silent disco opens, a big-screen TV will be set up so guests can watch England's World Cup quarter-final match.

Steve Pearcey, member of the Wrde Up committee, said: "Everything you could wish for is coming to Highworth.

"Football's coming home, great music's coming home, and fun family entertainment is coming home.

"This is our fifth year and we're already 20 per cent up on ticket sales from last year.

"With this, the match and the sunny forecast, we're well on the way to having record attendance, which is amazing.

"We've made a few tweaks and added more food vendors.

"Andrew's Meats, the Highworth Pizzeria, Ray's Ice Cream will be here, along with vendors selling pies, pancakes and sweets."

Gates open at 2pm and the fun doesn’t stop until 10.30pm.

The Swindon Bus Company will have a special festival shuttle bus running a route from Fleming Way to Highworth through Greenbridge, Arkells, the Orbital and Cold Harbour.

This route will run hourly from 1.30pm to 4.30pm, then the return journey will set off from the Recreation Ground at 9pm, 10pm, and 11pm.

Tickets are available from Holmes Music, the Highworth Emporium, and online via wrdeup.org.uk, or buy them on the gate.

It's £17 for adults, £8 for 16 and 17-year-olds, and £44 for a family ticket of two adults and two under-18s, and free for under-16s.