MUSICAL talent from Bridlington and beyond will descend on the town for Brid Rocks this weekend.
On Saturday and Sunday, more than 25 acts will perform on the Bridlington Sports and Community Centre field in Moorfield Road. Among the many acts already confirmed to play the festival are local favourites Edge Of 13, Castles Made Of Sand, The Sonnet, Bad Panda, Alice In Thunderland, Go Kommando, Blaming Eddie, Pete Bolton and many more local musicians and acts from across Yorkshire.
Advance tickets for the event cost £5 per day or £10 to cover both days, and are available from the Boogie Woogies shop on Hilderthorpe Road, or the Free Press office on Prospect Street. Tickets are also available on the gate, but lose early bird discount and cost £7.50 per day or £12 for the weekend.