A psychedelic-rock band from Manchester are going to headline the Dingo Barracks stage at Another Fine Fest.

The Dingo Barracks stage is at The Rose and Crown and the band will be headlining tomorrow. 

The band describe themselves as "self styled groove gremlins from the back end of Manchester."

They are a seven piece band with two guitarists, a bassist, a drummer, a saxophonist, a cellist, and a keyboard player. 

Last year the band uploaded a video onto YouTube of them playing their song The Drink live from a car garage.

Another Fine Fest is a festival in Ulverston that is running from 18-19 Jun. It is free entry, and is suported through donations and crowdfunding. 

There are a wide range of acts featured at the festival, from jazz, reggae and country to house, techno, and hip hop. 

Through Crowdfunder they raised nearly £12,000 to keep the festival going this year.

The festival will feature live music, DJs, stree theatre, live street art, stand up comedy and spoken word. 

In 2019, the festival attracted an estimated 18,000 people into the town. 

It will also celebrate the life of Stan Laurel, who was born in Ulverston in 1890.