HIP-Hop and reggae icons are set to perform at a popular festival near Worcestershire for its 25-year anniversary.

Nozstock: The Hidden Valley, held in Bromyard, Herefordshire, is returning for a four--day festival from Thursday, July 20 to Sunday, July 23.

This year's line-up includes huge names such as The Wailers, Grandmaster Flash, Shy FX, and General Levy.

The Wailers are best known as the band that performed alongside Reggae Icon Bob Marley. Althought the original line-up has changed over the years, the group still performs its catalogue of classics.

Grandmaster Flash is known as one of the originators of the hip-hop genre and a worldwide musical icon through its pioneering use of the turntables.

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Kidderminster Shuttle: Grandmaster Flash in 2002.Grandmaster Flash in 2002. (Image: Anthony Harvey/PA)

The festival is held on Nosworthy farm in the Herefordshire countryside, with ten stages of entertainment with music ranging from indie-pop, drum and bass, punk, funk, folk and everything in between as well as comedy, spoken word, cabaret and live performance. 

Creative Director Ella Nosworthy said: “We are so thrilled to be celebrating 25 years of Nozstock, we are planning to make this our biggest ever celebration. 

"If you have not been to the festival before, this is one year you will not want to miss. 

"We’ve absolutely packed our line-up with the best artists, comedians and entertainment and I can’t wait to welcome everyone back to the farm.”

Fat Freddy’s Drop, David Rodigan, DJ Marky + GQ, S.P.Y ft Lowqui, Charlie Tee, Leeroy Thornhill, Eva Lazarus, Gardna and Beans on Toast will also be performing.

The festival also features a dedicated children's area called ‘Little Wonderland’ that provides a programme of free activities and workshops for children of all ages/

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In previous years workshops have included beatboxing, DJing, hula-hooping, poetry, yoga, plasticine animation workshops, and much more.

According to the Nozstock website, the festival’s ethos is about bringing play to everyone, in whatever form it can, and is described as a "blissful family festival". 

Four-day tickets are available to purchase online at a total of £208.57, with various other ticket options also available.

For more information about the festival, you can visit the Nozstock festival website at https://nozstock.com/.