A FOOT-stomping evening of live music is set to conclude Diamond Jubilee celebrations in a village near Ledbury.

Dymock Festival, which runs on Saturday and Sunday, June 2-3, presents the finale concert at 7-11pm on the Sunday at The Pound, the home of Dymock Cricket Club.

Headliners are Carny Villains, a six-piece show band playing swing-ska and circus music.

Support comes from the Ripcords, who will cover rock classics from the likes of the Foo Fighters, Killers, Blondie and Queens of the Stone Age.

The Blast will play an acoustic set of Bob Dylan and Neil Young numbers in the bar and food and drink stalls can be found on The Crease.

Tickets are £13 for adults, £5 for under-16s and £30 for a family ticket (two adults and two children). They can be bought from the Beauchamp Arms and Wellhouse Garage.

For more details and tickets, see dymockfestival.co.uk.

􀁥 The Malvern Gazette and Ledbury Reporter has a pair of tickets for the concert up for grabs. To be within a chance of winning them, answer this question: The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrates what special occasion? E-mail your answer to neil.watts@ malverngazette.co.uk