RAGLEY Hall will be transformed into a wonderland of hedonism as part of a brand new three day festival.

Bigfoot will make its debut later this year with more than 60 music acts across five stages, a stellar roster of 15 restaurants and eight chefs, and a hand-picked line-up of over 50 craft breweries, natural winemakers and artisanal spirit producers.

The Bigfoot Main Stage will see performances from headline acts Fat White Family, Little Dragon and Hot Chip Megamix, while the Sasquatch Bandstand will be the home of experimental, innovative performance.

The Treehouse Dance Stage will keep the beats going late into the night, with a line-up of DJs including George Fitzgerald, Erol Alkan and a DJ set from Maribou State.

Greg Wells, co-founder of We Are Beer, said: “Bigfoot is our ideal version of a modern lifestyle festival.

"We’ve designed this from the ground up to showcase the incredibly dynamic culture around craft beer, cutting-edge food and great music.

"Ragley Hall is an incredible backdrop for this, the perfect venue for us to launch this celebration.”

There will be a boutique camping area for those looking for a bespoke experience, as well as a lakeside cinema showing classic movies and cult favourites throughout the evenings.

Festival-goers will be able to boat and swim across the lake, or take a dip in open-air hot tubs.

For more on the festival, which runs from June 19 to 21, go to bigfootfestival.co.uk.

Tickets are priced at £120, with early bird tickets starting at £80.

Boutique camping will start at £280.

Children 13 and under go free.