Cornwall’s Little Orchard cider and music festival has announced Northern Irish rock band ASH as this year's headliner.

ASH revealed new album ‘Teenage Wildlife’ in February 2020 which party-goers can expect to hear a batch of tracks from.

The festival will take place at Healey’s Cyder Farm from September 11-13.

Glastonbury veterans The Wurzels are set to kick-start the apple-inspired weekend, returning for their fourth consecutive year.

The three-day event will also see performances from Fun Lovin Criminals and Elvana.

Other acts on this year’s programme include Electric Swing Circus, Wille & The Bandits, Kernow King, Flats and Sharps and many more.

This charming festival celebrates the ever-popular and refreshing beverage with over 50 different cask ciders flowing fresh and fast.

Cornwall’s favourite cider party will also welcome back the infamous Rattle Olympics, the Zen Den and much-loved Orchard Silent Disco.

Festival organiser Ian Whittaker said: “Little Orchard Cider & Music Festival is set to be the biggest and best one yet.”

The festival will also see the return of BBC Introducing Stage, showcasing talent from across the region, celebrating local rising stars and emerging artists.

Families with little ones can head down to the Healey’s courtyard to meet the resident animals including the Cornish black pigs.

Healey’s are also offering complimentary tractor rides around the beautiful grounds and blossoming orchards.

Little Orchard cider & music festival pride itself on pocket-friendly prices for all the family, the festival showcases the magic, and talent of Cornwall and beyond.

Weekend tickets are currently on sale priced at £55 (plus £4.50 booking fee) which you can purchase at