A music festival held in the memory of a Newbridge woman is being held for a fifth year.
Glastonselfy will be held on Friday, June 7 and Saturday, June 8 at Parc Penallta.
The idea for the festival began in 2015 when music lover Leanne Self was diagnosed with terminal cancer aged just 41.
Visiting her friend in hospital, Jayne Jeremiah was struck by something Leanne had said – that she felt she would never be able to go to her favourite festival, Glastonbury, again.
Jayne decided to ask some local bands to do a mini festival at Newbridge rugby club.
Named Glastonselfy, after the Somerset festival and Leanne’s surname, the event was a huge success. However, Leanne sadly passed away four weeks before the inaugural festival in 2015.
The event was held again the following year at the rugby club with £4,000 raised for charity.
Two years ago, due to public demand, organisers hired a farm and staged 21 bands with weekend camping.
The event was sold out in a matter of weeks .
Last year, the event was held at Parc Penallta for the first time, with more performers taking part than ever before.
More than 1,500 people attended the event.
Some of the artists performing at this year’s event include Guns 2 Roses and BBC’s All Together Now star Carys Lloyd, who is from Deri.
A number of other local singers and bands will also perform.
The event will help raise money for the childhood bereavement charity Winston’s Wish.
The charity aims to support children and families after the death of a parent or sibling.
Tickets for the Friday night event, which will have a 70s, 80s and 90s theme, cost £10.
Meanwhile, tickets for the whole weekend are available for £30.
Tickets can be bought online at www.glastonselfy.co.uk/tickets.
Children under 16 can go to the event for free.