The countdown is almost over for Newark Festival 2014.
Three days of music and family entertainment starts at Riverside Park a week tomorrow with the first concert of the festival weekend.
A new addition to the night-time line-up is Hollywood Ending, who will support boy band Union J.
Hollywood Ending consists of Tyler Wilson, Cameron Byrd, Dan Geraghty and Chris Bourne.
The boys, aged 18-21, met on Skype and got their break in the music industry in Radio Disney’s Next Big Thing competition, finishing third in the fourth season.
Since then they have appeared on many tours in the US, Canada and Europe, opening for artists like The Janoskians, Austin Mahone, R5 and Allstar Weekend.
Union J, who appeared on X Factor 2012, will also be supported by two of last year’s finalists, Rough Copy and Loveable Rogues, along with Ollie Marland and Tich.
Saturday night is headlined by 80s stars The Human League, supported by Heaven 17 and Marc Almond.
Street entertainers will perform throughout the weekend.
More information is at the Newark Festival website.
Weekend tickets, £30 single and £100 for a family (two adults and two children) covering Friday and Saturday have gone on sale.
Single night tickets are £25 for Union J, £29.50 for The Human League, or £75 for a family ticket (two adults and two children) for either night.
They are available from Newark Town Hall, at Ticketmaster or by calling 0844 844 0444.