A limited number of day tickets for Standon Calling 2018 have gone on sale after festival organisers announced the day splits.

The family-friendly boutique festival returns to the Hertfordshire countryside from Thursday, July 26 to Sunday, July 29.

Paloma Faith, George Ezra and Bryan Ferry will headline the main stage at Standon Lordship over the weekend.

Standon organisers have now confirmed who will be playing each day, along with releasing a limited number of day tickets for the summer music, comedy and arts extravaganza.

Joining chart-topping singer Paloma Faith on the Friday will be the likes of Django Django, The Amazons and Morcheeba.

Also playing Standon Calling on July 27 will be Nina Nesbitt, Pale Waves, Ibibo South Machine, Sam Fender and Hudson Taylor.

The electronic line-up includes George Fitzgerald live, while Lucy Porter tops the comedy bill.

A Hertfordshire homecoming headline slot for Budapest singer-songwriter George Ezra will be the main event on the Saturday night.

Ezra released new album Staying at Tamara’s this week and is looking to emulate the success of debut Wanted on Voyage.

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and Maribou State will also be playing Standon on Saturday, July 28.

A Hot Chip Megamix will be the top electronic attraction, with Kerry Godliman topping the day’s comedy output.

Roxy Music legend Bryan Ferry will bring the festival to a close on July 29.

Also appearing on the Sunday will be Goldfrapp, The Horrors and Supergrass frontman Gaz Coombes.

The Standon Callling Sunday line-up also features Britain’s Got Talent winner Tokio Myers, Marmozets and The Bootleg Beatles.

2ManyDJs will be playing a DJ set, with DJ Luck & MC Neat also putting in an appearance.

Seann Walsh will headline the closing day’s comedy line-up.

There will also be family fun, the annual dog show, costume parade, outdoor swimming pool, street food and much more to enjoy over the weekend.

• For tickets, visit the Standon Calling website at https://standon-calling.com/