A FAMILY-FUN music festival is set to grace a field near Brampton this weekend - bringing with it big names to its line-up such as Hardwicke Circus and Chris Jagger (brother of Rolling Stones frontman, Mick).

Brought to you by the owner of Atlas Works, Dan Russell, the event at Dan's field in Walton runs over August 5 and 6, and looks to shine a light on many of the fantastic musicians the area has to offer.

Included in this year's line-up, as the festival runs into its fourth year, are mylittlebrother, Melanie Baker, Roz Sluman & Sultans of the Source to name a small few.

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Dan, who will also be playing saxophone on stage alongside Chris Jagger, said: "Last year it was fantastic, it's a celebration of local people and local bands.

"And some of them I've known since they were kids, such as Jonny Foster from Hardwicke Circus - who has been coming to The Source since he was eleven, similarly with the likes of mylittlebrother. 

News and Star: Dan Russell, Jenny Sedah and Jonny Foster of Hardwicke CircusDan Russell, Jenny Sedah and Jonny Foster of Hardwicke Circus

"I just think Carlisle is such a fantastic place for talent, I'm just amazed at the amount of musical talent we've found at The Source since being here, we've all made very good friends over the years.

"It feels like a huge party celebration, we're lucky to be in Carlisle and sometimes we take that for granted, I just wanted to celebrate it and the beautiful land that surrounds us," he said.

While the artists will run on into the late evening, the party doesn't stop there as plans are underway for a bonfire, keeping the party going into the early morning.  

News and Star: Musicians from The Source at Wild on the WallMusicians from The Source at Wild on the Wall

Not only is it just about music however, the day will cater to fun for the whole family with an escape room trailer, tarot card readings, arts and crafts for kids, a bouncy castle, face painting and plenty more. 

Tickets are still available via Skiddle and can be bought at the gate on the day, with the event also offering plenty of space for camping and camper vans. 

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