Brian Wilson will be headlining the opening night of Cropredy Convention this summer and playing the iconic Pet Sounds album in full.
Cropredy, which takes place on the Northamptonshire border, returns from Thursday, August 9 to Saturday, August 11.
Acclaimed for its ambition and sophistication, Pet Sounds is widely acknowledged as one of the most influential albums of all time.
Released in 1966, Wilson’s masterpiece is number 2 in the Rolling Stone ‘500 Greatest Albums of All Time’ list, only beaten to the top spot by The Beatles’ Sgt Pepper.
Joining Wilson on the opening night will be hosts Fairport Convention, Smith & Brewer, Police Dog Hogan and Oysterband.
On Friday, headliners the Levelellers will be joined by the BBC Young Folk Award winner, Midnight Skyracer, The Travelling Band, Cregan & Co, Le Vent du Nord, Marillion and Kate Rusby.
The final day will be opened by Richard Digance with sets by Eric Sedge and The Bar-Steward Sons of Val Doonican, Will Varley, Sam Kelly & The Lost Boys, Afro Celt Sound System and headliners Fairport Convention.
Three day festival tickets cost £135 until June 1.Camping tickets cost £45 for three nights.
To book visit www.fairportconvention.com