The festival, which will run on the 26th and 27th August at The Green in Devizes, is not like your conventional Leeds or Glastonbury festivals.
Instead, the event will feature rising star of the South West music scene, The Fulltone Orchestra, as their headline act.
The incredible orchestra is led by musical director Anthony Brown and made up of 65 exceptionally talented musicians from across Wiltshire who are defying the expectations of where orchestras can and can’t play.
Their performance will include ultimate late-night dance anthems, an 80s throwback, iconic movie and TV themes and West End hits – something for everyone!
The lineup will also feature a funk, house and Latin dance group, a New Orleans-inspired brass group, local legends Pete Lamb and the Heartbeats, and opera and West End singers The Four Sopranos.
Bands such as -41 degrees and Talk in Code will also be playing, and performances will begin at 1pm and carry on late into the evening.
The Fulltone music festival is supported by Devizes Town Council, and tickets can be purchased on the Fulltone Orchestra website.
“We started this festival to bring large-scale orchestral music out of the cities,” said Anthony Brown, musical director.
“You hear orchestras every moment of the day in films, TV, pop songs, etc, without knowing it. The Fultone Music Festival is your opportunity to see a live Symphony Orchestra up close and personal,” he added.