FOLLOWING the huge success of last year's Festival, Victoria Park, Cadoxton, will be rocking again over the weekend of July 13 and 14, to Cadstock 2013.

This year 10 bands will be taking to the stage hoping for a repeat of 2012's fabulous sunny weather.

The entertainment starts at 1pm on each day with "attic/shed rock innovators" Them Dead Beats launching the festival on Saturday. They will be followed on stage by Green Haze - Barry's epic tribute to the chart conquering Green Day. Then there is a change of style as The Hindenburgs bring their Led Zeppelin based show to the bandstand. Next a real comeback, Stonehouse, featuring some former members of Loaded will be rocking the park for the first time. With a big finish to the first day from special guests the superb Eric Unseen, whose retro pop-rock feel will undoubtedly make you dance along and sing out loud. If you haven't yet heard them, check them out. You truly don't know what you've been missing!

Sunday kicks off with Seafall with their fiddle infused folk rock. They're followed by local guys Back to November, a four piece acoustic band with a difference who are definitely on the way up. Third to play on Sunday are rock band Outback. Formed from the shrapnel after the break up of one of Barry's most popular bands, the much missed Freeway, they are carrying on the tradition of great rock covers.

Then a special return appearance from one of London's best kept secrets, rhythm, blues and rockabilly trio, King Paul & The Zeronoughts (with a guest appearance from a famous Barry bass player). The festival closes with Cadstock favourites and Barry's favourite sons, The Underdogs.

Entry to Cadstock is free.

With DJ and master of ceremonies Mark Jones playing music and keeping it all together, it's sure to be a top event.

For the kids, young and old, there will be fun with bouncy castles, activities, craft stalls, ice creams, refreshments and the very special Cadstock cake stall.

For further details contact Jon Greatrex on 07809 551465 or e-mail