Thousands of people will flock to High Wycombe town centre again this year to enjoy an array of musical talent, stalls and Covent Garden-style street performers as the one-day family celebration Frogfest returns.

The sixth annual music extravaganza will return to the High Street on May 27 and promises to showcase a range of home-grown talent on one of three stages in the town - including the main stage and the Squirrel stage, along with the brand new Lope stage in the garden of The Antelope.

This year, there will be performances from the likes of four-piece Reading rock band, Third Lung, at 1.35pm and Wycombe group Dury Service - which celebrates the life and rhymes of Ian Dury - on the main stage at 3.35pm. 

To kick off the day at 11.25am, Everyone Can Sing community choir will get crowds in the mood for a day packed full of tunes, before Hartbeats take to the stage with some traditional West African music and hand drumming. 

Tinlin, a song writing partnership of two brothers, Alex and Rolf, will entertain the crowds on the main stage at 2.45pm, while Sir Walter J Wallis will perform a set at 4.35pm. 

Elsewhere on the Squirrel stage, the Bailey Sisters - who have been singing together since 2009 - will perform a wide range of traditional, self-penned and classical material ranging from the 13th century to the present day at 12.15pm. 

Georgia and The Vintage Youth will take to the Squirrel stage at 7.45pm.
Other attractions at the family-friendly festival have yet to be announced, but last year, revellers were also treated to circus performers and fire shows throughout the day. 

It has been confirmed that there will be food stalls and face painters in attendance. 

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