Organisers of Sunshine Music Festival have issued a ticket warning to fans this week, ahead of the tenth anniversary spectacular.

They say the popular festival is already close to selling out, with just one month to go.

The tenth annual Sunshine Music Festival, held in Upton Upon Severn, Worcestershire, will play host to a jam-packed line up featuring music from Busted, Scouting For Girls, Peter Andre, Jedward, Boyzlife, East17, SClub, The Osmonds, Curiosity Killed The Cat, Claire Sweeney, back to back Ibiza Classics from Judge Jules and Dave Pearce, “plus many more fantastic acts on the August Bank Holiday weekend”.

A spokesman said: “We have been completely overwhelmed by the fantastic response to this year’s

line up and can’t wait to make our tenth year the best Sunshine yet!”

“The three day festival will also see fans spoilt for choice with DJ’s, a huge variety of children’s entertainment, (including Sunshine’s very own circus!) live band karaoke and a variety of other acts over the weekend performing across five stages.”

Big names are attracting the punters. Scouting for Girls are an English indie rock band. who released their self-titled debut album in 2007, seeing it reach number 1 on the UK Albums Chart in 2008.

A second album, Everybody Wants to Be on TV, was released in April 2010 and peaked at number 2 in the charts. They have sold over 2,000,000 records and have been nominated for four Brit Awards and one Ivor Novello Award.

Busted are a rock band from Southend-on-Sea. They have four UK number-one singles to their credit; they've won won two Brit awards and have released four studio albums, selling more than five million records.

Sunshine Music Festival runs from Friday August 23 until Sunday August 25.

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