DORSET’S longest running community music festival Grooves on the Green is back next month.

The two-day event in Poole, now in its 19th year, returns to Ashley Cross from Saturday, July 20 to Sunday, July 21.

An event spokesman said: “It has something for everyone to enjoy including two live music stages featuring the best local musicians Dorset and surrounding areas have to offer, a selection of food stalls, numerous bars, kids zone including bouncy castles, face painting and activities, magicians, clothing and craft stalls, and more.”

Once again Grooves on the Green will support Diverse Abilities, which supports children and adults with profound physical and learning disabilities across the county. Over the past five years, the event has raised in the region of £20,000 for the disability charity.

Here’s the line-up for Grooves on the Green this year in order of appearance:

First stage, Saturday, July 20: Jack Grace, Rujiero and The Urban Collective, Si Genaro, Quayside, Brothers Grimmer, Soul Creek

Sunday July 21: DD Allen, Mother Ukers, Emma Hardy Band, Barefoot Soul, Marble Tides, Tim Somerfield

Second Stage, Saturday July 20: Matt Griffiths, Marco Di Gaetano, Ollins Lande, Zami Yazeed, Shannon White, Nicole Mcnally

Sunday: Lee Rasdall-Dove, Asha, Edd Bleach, Issy Whitlock, Laura Hemming, Amie Knight.

Earlybird tickets are limited and must be purchased by 12am on the night before the event.

No alcohol is allowed to be bought onsite – glass is prohibited on site.

Parking: There is limited parking on the road. Dogs are allowed on site if kept on a lead.