A popular west Cumbrian festival that is returning after six years has officially announced its final line up.

The Boof festival, facilitated by Mighty Boof Promotions, is returning to Copeland Stadium in Whitehaven between August 13 and 14.

Joining stand-out Indie favourites, like The Pigeon Detectives and The Sherlock, are Jonny Brown (Twisted Wheel), Bad Nerves, The Little Lie's, The Lagoon, Glass Gardens, Grace Price, Nat Dempsey, Paul Shepherd, and Chelsea Reynolds.

On the return of the festival, Danny Maudling of Mighty Boof Promotions said: "We're so excited to to bringing a music event back to our home town after a 6 year hiatus, and thrilled to be adding more Boof favourites and lots more local acts to and already fantastic line up.

"We're looking forward to live music again.

"We're looking forward to doing what the boof does best - putting smiles on faces.

"I think we have all missed live music."

The Pigeon Detectives have previously visited Cumbria before, playing at Kendal Calling 2019.

The Sherlocks were due to play at this years highly anticipated Kendal Calling before it was postponed for a second time due to delays in the lifting of Covid-19 restrictions.

Cumbria will be well-represented at the Boof festival with local bands, like The Northern Threads, Colt 45, and Springfield.

Cumbrian acts at the festival also include Reptilians, The Lavetts, Danny Dunnery Band , Aaron Spencer, The Postcard Band, Matt Johnson, Gav Mckew, David Eldon, The Lagoon, Grace Price, The Little Lies, Nat Dempsey, Paul Shepherd, Glass Gardens, and Chelsea Reynolds.

There will also be a main DJ tent at the event, with Danny Maudling, DJ Pavarotti, DJ Crouch, and DJ Blackie all making an appearance.