Huey Morgan's Fun Lovin' Criminals will headline the Saturday night at this years Pulse Festival, which takes place on the outskirts of Southampton and the New Forest.
The festival, which supports the Oceanward charity at Southampton General Hospital, will also see performances from hugely popular The Correspondents and Mr Scruff.
Taking place from 23 to 25th May (Bank Holiday Weekend) there will be three days of music, food and festivities with two stages of the best live music and plenty of local beers and ciders. As usual, there will be a strong family vibe with plenty of entertainment for the kids.
Pulse Festival lineup (so far):
A Ninja Slob Drew Me
Dizko Delta & Cuz Beats
Fun Lovin' Criminals
Lem & The White Fire
Mr Black & Robberto
Niko & Lyall
Olly-S & Sven Clarke
Science of Eight Limbs
The Business Partners
The Doghouse Boat Boys
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