THE line-up of a popular festival returning in full force this summer has been revealed.

Another Fine Fest is making its triumphant return this June thanks to a mammoth fundraising campaign which saw more than £11k raised for the community.

The event will run throughout the town on several outdoor stages and within multiple partner venues, festival organiser Dave Crossley has confirmed.

Concerns had been raised earlier this year that the festival may not be able to go ahead if the fundraising target of £10,000 was not hit in time.

But thanks to the overwhelming generosity of the public, more than £11,600 has been raised for the hugely popular annual event.

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The weekend of June 18-19 will see Ulverston erupt into a multicoloured feast of live music, DJs, circus, street theatre, live street art, window painting, yarnbombing, stand up comedy, spoken word, interactive workshops and a new world record attempt.

And the official line up of the twice world-record-breaking festival has been revealed.

Dozens of performers will take to the Market Cross and Another Fine Fest stage including the likes of street theatre performer Gacko, ten-piece noise machine Deatbeats, the Circle Circus Show, former winner of Glastonbury’s best new artist award Jon Byrne, instrumental beatboxer James Lyons, Ulverstonian singer-songwriter Patsy Gillam, tribute band Meetwood Flac and much more.

Live comedy shows will also take place at the Laurel & Hardy Museum through the weekend which will feature the likes of Eddie Fortune, Jo Jo Sutherland, Raul Kohli, Rich Wilson and more.

Amigos, Avanti Capitola, Hope & Anchor and Kings Arms, The Mill, Piel Castle, Rose & Crown and The Sun Inn will also host an array of artists performing at the event, including: Finley Quaye, Mark Pratt, Johnny Swift, Olivia Dacre, Sam Hocking, Funky Reggae Party, Groovebox, Jark Hartley, Amy Clouds, Ant Brooks, Danny Powell, Evie Plumb, Chris Butler, Native Cult, Sherpa, Gumshoe and more.

A score of talented artists will also be flexing their skills by transforming multiple visual art spaces throughout the town.

These will include, co-owner of Still Life and mural artist, Cunning Craftsman, graffiti artist, Otherman, Peachzz, visual artist Gavin Renshaw and more.

The full official programme is available to view online.