TICKETS are running out for a mini-music festival this weekend which supports Samaritans of Dorset.

Chesil Rocks, which takes place in a beautiful setting at Langton Herring overlooking Chesil Beach, is organised by the Warren family.

The third annual festival takes place on Saturday from 12pm to 11.30pm.

Less than 100 tickets are left for the 500-capacity event.

There is a variety of classical, folk and contemporary music to be seen on three stages and a Pink Floyd tribute band will play Dark Side of the Moon for the finale.

There will also be food outlets and a bar, plus children’s activities including face painting and fossil painting.

Chesil Rocks is proud to be supporting Samaritans of Dorset which is run by volunteers.

Tickets priced £10 and £4 for children can be obtained from the Elm Tree Inn at Langton Herring, the Kings Arms at Portesham, the Lugger at Chickerell, Poundbury Dental Practice or online at