DAY tickets and a day-by-day event guide have been released for the King of the Mountains Festival in Muker, Swaledale, which takes place from Friday, July 4 until Sunday, July 6.
The festival promises quality facilities and the best in Yorkshire-sourced music, arts, food and family activities for all ages.
It takes place at the foot of the Buttertubs Pass, voted one of the best places to watch the Grand Depart.
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Music at the festival is led by headliners Dry the River, Huw Stephens, and local acts include Pip Mountjoy.
Day tickets are available from today (June 23) from £22 and weekend tickets from £44. Camping, parking, group and family tickets are also available. For full listings and tickets visit www.kingofthemountainsfestival.com.