A HUGE two-day festival set to change the face of music in Wirral is looking for volunteers.

Taking place across four different venues across Birkenhead, Future Yard will land on 23 and 24 August and will host artists such as Bill Ryder-Jones and Anna Calvi.

Now organisers are looking for anyone who would like to help out during the event to get in touch.

They are looking for local people who are interested in volunteering in a number of roles in areas such as technical production, event management and audience facing positions.

As part of becoming a volunteer you will receive support from the festival team plus a t-shirt, free food during your shift, free access to the festival when you're not working and an invitation to a post-festival workshop to discuss next steps.

Part of Wirral's Borough of Culture year, Future Yard will take place across; Birkenhead Town Hall, Birkenhead Priory, Bloom Building and Gallagher's.

Many other artists have also been revealed including; Nilüfer Yanya, Stella Donnelly, Forest Swords Presents... Pylon, Queen Zee, Eyesore & The Jinx, Bill Nickson, Seatbelts, SPQR, Beija Flo, Lo Five, Wild Fruit Art Collective, Tori Cross, Munkey Junkey, Spilt and Uncle Jane.

In situ across both days will be PYLON; an exclusive new installation and sound sculpture from Wirral native Forest Swords in partnership with The Kazimier at Birkenhead Priory.

Day tickets are on sale for £20 (Friday) and £25 (Saturday) allowing access to venues throughout the day and headline shows in Birkenhead Town Hall along with Bloom and Gallagher's.

Weekend wristbands cost £40.

To get your tickets visit http://futureyard.org/

Anyone interested in volunteering can email volunteer@futureyard.org with a brief description of why you would like to get involved plus any relevant experience - although experience is not essential.