More stars are to perform at a family festival.

A South African electro-pop group and a trailblazing international flautist are amongst the latest additions to the eclectic line-up at Underneath the Stars at Cannon Hall Farm.

Bye Beneco, from Johannesburg, and Manchester-born flute and whistle virtuoso Michael McGoldrick will perform alongside several other new acts during the weekend event, which runs from July 22 to 24.

Leeds based alt-indie band Dancing Years, Scottish fiddle master Duncan Chisholm, 2016 BBC Radio 2 Folk Award nominee Damien O’Kane and North East pop four-piece Joy Atlas have also been announced, as well as Klezmer-tinged Tantz and Gary Stewart & The Tin Foil Collective, who will perform their re-creation of Paul Simon’s ‘Graceland’ album.

To mark the new additions, day tickets have just been released, which cost £50 each for Sunday or Saturday and £40 for Friday.

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The latest artists to be announced will join already announced performers, which include local star Kate Rusby, Vieux Farka Touré, Dervish, The Demon Barbers XL, Blair Dunlop, Olivia Chaney and King Zepha.

More names will be added to the line-up in coming weeks.

Family activities will also be on offer, as will music and dance workshops, an artisan crafts village, creative kids tent and a giant planetarium.