POPULAR pop rock band Scouting for Girls will headline this week’s Llandudno Live Festival, which will raise money for a new pitch at Llandudno FC’s OPS Wind Arena home.

The band will be joined by folk singer Nati Dredd, DJ and producer Loek, Harry Marshall, blues band Blue Nation, North Wales soul singer Adam Hender, Arthur Bryn, and Danni Mac at the June 10 event.

The purpose of the event will be to raise funds to secure a new 3G pitch for the community and people of Llandudno, and with it the club’s future.

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In what the club has dubbed the “largest open-air music event that our town has seen in its history”, all funds raised will go directly towards the facility.

Scouting for Girls, who have been nominated for four Brit Awards and are known for songs such as This Ain't a Love Song, She's So Lovely, and Elvis Ain't Dead, promise to deliver a performance that will have the audience singing and dancing along.

The event will also feature other exciting acts, food and drink stalls, and other entertainment, making it a fantastic day out for all ages.

The festival will run from 2pm to 10pm at the OPS Wind Arena, with gates opening at 12pm.