The Lindisfarne Festival, which overlooks Holy Island in Northumberland, has launched a crowdfunding campaign to shape the future of the festival in 2018.
Organisers say the 2017 Festival saw a 38% increase in visitors, with a crowd of more than 3,500 people.
It is hoped the crowdfunding campaign will reach the initial target of £70,000 by November 2017.
Organisers want to land bigger named acts and more artistic delights for next year’s festival at Beal Farm, which will take place from August 30th until September 2nd, 2018.
Overlooking Holy Island, this year's 3-day camping festival played host to over 100 acts across 7 stages, with Scottish indie-rockers The View closing the main stage on Friday night followed by The Fratellis on the Saturday night.