THE full line-up for this year's Aspatria Music Festival will see the best of the local scene appearing alongside previously announced headliners The Hoosiers.

Also on the bill for the three-day event, taking place at Aspatria Rugby Union Club between Friday July 20 and Sunday 22, are a handful of highly-regarded visiting acts.

Heading up the Main Stage on the Friday will be internationally-travelled ABBA tribute band Platinum, playing the greatest hits of the recently-re-formed Swedish pop icons.

The second Spyatstock Stage line-up will feature South Yorkshire pop punk upstarts Home Wrecked as its opening night headliner.

Other acts appearing on the Friday include: acclaimed Cumbrian band Soul Junction, hardcore act Hot Hot Death, local alt rockers Youth Salute, metalcore outfit Seek Solace In Ruin, and 80s covers act Zen.

Chart stars The Hoosiers are the headliners on the Main Stage on Saturday, playing tracks from their multi-platinum selling album, The Trick to Life, as well as more recent songs from their back catalogue.

Cumbrian southern rockers Thirteen Stars will lead the Saturday line-up on the Spyatstock Stage.

The day also has appearances from well-established names, including Beachmaster, Luke Matear, Gage, Drudge, The Hostiles, Highly Strung, No Soap No Radio, Heartbreak Remedy, Shamona, Sex Pissed Dolls and 2 Rude.

Sunday is a family fun day on the site, but the live music continues with long-running Carlisle covers band Superfly topping the bill on the Main Stage and West Cumbrian covers act Collision headlining the Spyatstock Stage.

Completing the final day's line-up will be Reggie, Dom Searby, The Misfitz, and Blank Canvas.

Individual day tickets and full weekend passes can be booked via www.aspatriamusicfestival.co.uk or from the Esso garage in Aspatria.