Witney Music Festival goers won’t look back in anger at the headline acts revealed for this summer’s festival.
The country’s leading Oasis tribute band Noasis will headline the main stage on Friday August 17.
Headlining Saturday are Scouse rockers The Farm, who shot to fame in 1990 with hit single All Together Now.
More than 50 rock, pop, indie and country bands and artists will perform at the free event.
Festival chairman Eric Marshall said: “The response has just been incredible, we are so blessed in Witney with the amount of local talent that there is.
“We had over 300 bands and artists apply to play the main stage last year, and we’re going to exceed that this year.”
Last year, festival organisers clashed with Witney Town Council over the running time for the event and the council’s use of hidden cameras on The Leys to monitor anti-social behaviour by revellers.
Eric added: “This year has gone so much better because we have a working party put together by the town council.
“We’re very pleased that the council are putting in such an effort to help us put on this wonderful event.”
The two-week takeover festival kicks off in venues around Witney from May 25 to June 9, with the main event on August 17 and 18.