THE biggest family music festival in the Black Country returns to Himley Hall this month, in aid of Mary Stevens Hospice.

SummerFest 2019 takes place at Himley Hall on Sunday June 16, with performances from chart-toppers Scouting For Girls, Bewdley-born pop superstar Becky Hill, former Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt and 2018 X Factor winner Dalton Harris.

All of the money raised at the festival will be donated to the Mary Stevens Hospice.

Food stalls, four bars provided by Sadler's Brewhouse, shops and market stalls, a large fairground, and performers all around the festival site will be on hand to entertain.

Laura Millard, event organiser, from the Mary Stevens Hospice Group said: “To be able to bring so many top artists to the area under the banner of the Hospice really is such a privileged position and we're so grateful to all of our partners who are making this incredible experience possible for our local community.

"It's going to be the biggest music event that our Black Country has ever seen and we can't wait to see thousands of families there enjoying the day with us!"

Dicky Dodd, Signal 107 Breakfast show presenter and host of SummerFest 2019, said: “We really are talking about some of the most iconic and recognisable names in music and it's very exciting to be working with so many fantastic organisations to put this event on.

"It's going to be just the most fantastic day and we as a station are proud to be a part of it for the third year running."

Under-5's can attend the event completely for free and attendees are encouraged to bring camping chairs, blankets and provisions to stay for the whole day.

Tickets can be purchased in advance online or on the day.