AN ANGLESEY charity event will return bigger and better than ever for another round of music and fun.
Madyn Madness will return to Madyn Farm near Amlwch from August 17-19 with a host of acts performing, including Zoe Alexander, who clashed with X Factor judges during auditions in Cardiff last month.
Anglesey councillor Dylan Jones, who organises the festival with his cousin Daniel and David Boardman, hoped Madness would be a success.
He said: “It’s an event that brings the locality together, and there’s a lot of great talent in Amlwch and district, which I know we can embrace over the festival.”
Zoe will present a tribute act to Pink, Katy Perry, Jessie J, Lady Gaga on Friday’s under 18s night.
Also on the bill are Sarah Wynn, Lowri Hughes, Alex Woodall and more.
The Ebenezer Chapter will host Saturday’s line up from 10am-6pm, which will include Rosary, Cowbois Celtaidd, Elusive Peaks, Beth Frazer, Welsh Celtify and Rambling Pilgrims.
There is no entry fee for the day time slot, but donations are encouraged.
The evening's programme will include Tom Jones tribute artist Steve Black, John Chapman and a return for Sarah Wynn.
A Noson Lawen will be held on from 7pm on Sunday, featuring Aelwyd yr Ynys, Lucy Kelly and Stefan Lloyd Owen.
There will be a classic car display on Sunday, and attractions including a fun fair, charity stalls and a lazer quest game will be available throughout the festival.
The event will raise funds for Ysbyty Gwynedd’ s Alaw cancer ward, the Motor Neurone Disease Association Anglesey, Noah Daniel Scott, Ronald McDonald House and Walton Neurological Hospital.
Cllr Jones added: “There’s something for everybody and I hope we can raise a lot of money for charity.
For the full line up and ticket prices look for Madyn Madness on Facebook.