A series of concerts will be held at Caerphilly Castle over the coming weeks.
On Friday, July 5, The Stranglers, known for hits such as Golden Brown, No More Heroes and Peaches, will perform at the castle, with reggae-influenced rock band The Ruts DC also performing on the day.
Meanwhile, on Saturday, July 6, Public Service Broadcasting will take to the stage.
The group is the brainchild of London-based J Willgoose, Esq. who, along with drumming companion Wrigglesworth and multi-instrumentalist JF Abraham, is on a quest to inform, educate and entertain audiences around the globe.
On Friday, July 12, indie rock band The Zutons will come to Caerphilly.
The Zutons, who broke up in 2009 but reunited in 2016, are best known for their 2006 song Valerie, which went on to be covered by Amy Winehouse and Mark Ronson a year later.
American rock band Black Stone Cherry will perform on the following day, while Groove Armada will be in town on Sunday, July 14.
The electronic duo were founded in 1996 and have released hits including Superstylin, I See You Baby, My Friend and Paper Romance.
Caerphilly Castle Concert Series
July 5 – The Stranglers & The Ruts DC (Tickets still available)
July 6 – Public Service Broadcasting + Special Guests (Tickets still available)
July 12 – The Zutons + The Subways + Special Guest (Tickets still available)
July 13 – Black Stone Cherry + Special Guests (Limited availability)
July 14 – Groove Armada (Tickets still available)