A HUGELY popular music festival is set to return this summer.

Watchet Music Festival is back in 2022 - with 80s legend Belinda Carlisle set to headline on Friday night.

With a career spanning 40 years, she has been part of the Go-Go's and is well-known for her hit, Heaven Is A Place On Earth.

Co-headliners for the Friday night will be Scouting For Girls, with their indie-pop classics such as She's So Lovely, Elvis Aint Dead and This Aint A Love Song.

They’ve sold over 2,000,000 records and have been nominated for no less than four Brit Awards and an Ivor Novello.

Watchet Festival will take place on Friday, August 26 until Sunday, August 28 2022.

Two more main stage headliners are set to be announced.

Also returning to Watchet in 2020, are Dreadzone, the Bar Steward Sons Of Val Doonican and Alabama 3.

Acts joining the line up for the first time include eight-piece brass band from Bristol, Cut Capers and folk-punk troubadours Skinny Lister.

Watchet Festival is a not-for-profit family festival, with three live stages hosting more than 100 live acts.

Last year, artists such as Shed Seven, The Feeling, Sister Sledge, Gabrielle, The Aces, Hue and Cry, Toyah and more performed during the festival.

READ MORE: Pictures: Guests dance to The Feeling and Shed Seven at Watchet Music Festival

The festival is run by Watchet Live CIC, who received the Queen's Award for Voluntary Service - the highest award that can be given to a volunteer group in the UK.

The festival will support a wide variety of charities this year, including Elliott’s Touch, Freddie Pring Memorial Trust, and Mind Mental Health.

Weekend tickets for the festival with camping cost £95 for adults or £335 for a family ticket.

Weekend tickets without camping cost £82.50 for adults and £275 for a family ticket.

Car parking costs £10.

To find out more visit www.watchetfestival.co.uk.