Billy Bragg, Tinariwen and Badly Drawn Boy are the three headliners booked to play this year's Moseley Folk Festival.
Festival organisers have announced a number of artists confirmed to play this year’s event in Birmingham's Moseley Park on September 2, 3 and 4.
Now in its sixth year, this year’s festival will be spearheaded by the Malawian desert rebel troupe Tinariwen.
The Saharan blues band will be debuting their new album as well as making their first appearance at the festival as Saturday night headliners.
They will be preceded by The Bees and troubadour Willy Mason, while Gothenburg’s José González will be returning to the festival as part of the moody folk outfit Junip.
Other acts for Saturday include Michael Chapman, Luke Concannon (Nizlopi), Ruth Theodore, Oh Ruin, The Staves, Kidnap Alice and Birmingham’s own Pram, The Toy Hearts, Bonfire Radicals and Ben Calvert & The Swifts.
The first night of the festival will see a couple of indie heavweights on the bill, with Badly Drawn Boy headlining, preceded by Super Furry Animals frontman Gruff Rhys.
Friday's line-up also includes Mercury Prize nominated Villagers, Basque folk five-piece Crystal Fighters, 9 Bach, Vijay Kishore, Boat To Row, Malpas, The Mariners Children, Dreaming Spires and Rebecca Hollweg.
Closing the festival on Sunday will be legendary London singer-songwriter Billy Bragg, while Oxfordshire indie folk quartet Stornoway, Scott Matthews and Jim Moray also perform on the final day.
More information at www.moseleyfolk.co.uk