Some of the UK’s top tribute acts are to perform in Sheffield at a music festival in Hillsborough Park.
Musicians impersonating bands from the Foo Fighters and U2 to the Red Hot Chili Peppers will take to the stage at Sheffield Fake Festival on Saturday, August 2.
Early bird tickets are now on sale, available until July 2.
Organiser Chris Webster said: “We can’t wait to hit Sheffield again on the 2014 Fake Festivals tour.
“We had so much fun last year, it’s going to be even bigger and better this year with our great line-up.”
Tickets are available online from.fakefestivals.co.uk or from Sheffield Corner News in Hillsborough, PH2 Hairstylists in Crookes, Music Junkee in Cambridge Street, Sheffield city centre and Parker’s Barber Shop in Chapeltown.
Full price advanced tickets will cost £20 for adults, £10 for people under 17, and free for children under nine.
Family tickets will also be available priced £50.
Early bird prices are £15 for adults or £8 for children, with a family pass costing £38.
Tickets can be purchased on the day too, but at a higher price.