THE August Bank Holiday weekend sees Camper Calling return for three nights at Ragley Hall in Alcester.

Set in the spectacular grounds of Ragley Hall the festival boasts headline performances from the voice of the Spice Girls, Melanie C, indie rockers Feeder, and the Wirral’s very own The Coral.

The three superbly curated stages will be home to a wildly diverse number of acts, satisfying just about every music craving from rock to funk and soul via pop, ska and garage, with no decade from the hit parade and beyond left untouched.

Away from the music, there are tonnes of fantastic activities to ramp up the excitement, including bierkeller fun, water sports on the lake and a Mexican fiesta.

A spokesman said: "Whatever you’re into, and however long you can keep going, Camper Calling promises an enchanting weekend of entertainment for all the family.

"2018 looks set to be the festival’s biggest year yet, and the full lineup of acts features big names, vintage favourites and the chance to hear acts who may be totally new to you, across all genres."

They added: "And you don’t need to be a camper van owner or enthusiast to enjoy the festival. Camper Calling has a relaxed atmosphere where we simply show you to your chosen area and you choose from the available space where you'd like to camp."

People can camp in a tent, motorhome, caravan or campervan, and camping onsite will be available from across all three days.

If people come with a tent, they can camp next to their car.

People can also just book a day ticket.

For more on the festival, which runs from August 24 to 26, go to