New Model Army and Seth Lakeman will be among those leading the charge at this years Chagstock Festival. The popular festival at Whiddon Down on Friday and Saturday, July 17-18 has yet to reveal its main headliner, but a mouth-watering line up is already assembling. Dartmoor folk star Seth is a multiple BBC Folk Award-winner and former Mercury Music Prize nominee. One of Devons finest musicians, his uplifting modern take on classic West Country folk songs, shanties and legends have captivated audiences worldwide for over 20 years. Alt rock band New Model Army need little introduction after a career of some 35 years. Their stage presence, combined with a massive back catalogue of classic songs, makes them an ideal band to round off the first evening at Chagstock. Also on the Friday main stage line up are the Neville Staple Band, plus BBC Folk Award nominee Martha Tilston, and Irish Music Award winning Celtic fusion act Roving Crows. Saturdays main headliner remains a mystery, but Seth Lakeman, house band New Crisis, raucous six-piece electro swing band Electric Swing Circus and female-fronted reggae band Dojo will ensure the Dartmoor faithful are in full swing long before they hit the stage. Headlining the Marquee on Friday are the popular Plymouth based Folk-Gypsy-Pop band Mad Dog Mcrea. They are joined by Police Dog Hogan and folk-rockers Rusty Shackle. Molotov Jukebox, fronted by Harry Potter and Game of Thrones star Natalia Tena, will be Saturdays Marquee headliner. The festival is supporting Devon Air Ambulance and WaterAid. Find out more at www.chagstock.info and go to www.chagstock.info/buy-tickets for tickets.