Camp Bestival returns over the weekend with the family-friendly festival throwing the ultimate four-day party - all with a Desert Island Disco theme.

Rag’N’Bone Man kicks off the main-stage fun, at the Lulworth Estate, on Friday with a headline performance whilst, indie rock band, Razorlight and, a DJ set from, Faithless perform supporting sets.

The family stage sees Horrible Histories: Terrible Tudors, Mister Maker & Rebecca Keatley and MC Grammar, among others, keeping the youngsters entertained.

Saturday sees the disco vibes turned up to the max with star-studded headliners Kool & The Gang and Earth Wind and Fire Experience ft. Al McKay bringing the funk.

Sophie Ellis-Bextor is set to add a touch of sequins to proceedings and The Proclaimers will provide a catalogue of feel-good anthems.

In true Camp Bestival style, no family member goes unseen, with Mr Tumble, Brainiac Live: Remixed!, Cosmic Kids Yoga – Live with Jaime and Dick and Dom all providing totally unforgettable fun for the kids, and adults!

Sister Sledge will make their Camp Bestival Dorset debut with a late-afternoon set on Sunday with Rudimental taking over to provide sparks for the whole family into the evening.

It all gets rounded off with a firework spectacular from Two Tigers Fireworks amid the stunning backdrop of Lulworth Castle - ensuring Bestival goes out with a bang.

And if that’s not enough Camp Bestival Dorset are encouraging people to get involved as they attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the ‘Largest Disco Dance’. The record attempt takes place on Saturday, July 30.

There’s also the opportunity to take things slow, have a breather, and explore wellbeing in the Slow Motion area of the festival.

The wellbeing line-up offers a space for people to relax and explore a myriad of yoga styles - with plenty of sessions - as well as sleep retreat, ice baths, meditation workshops and a water and flame wild spa to make sure everyone gets a unique festival experience that’s just right for them.

For weekend ticket holders, car parks will open from 9am on Thursday while box offices and campsites open at 10am.

On Friday, Saturday and Sunday, car parks and campsite entrances open at 7am.

There will be no entry or re-entry into the festival site after midnight on any night and no entry after 8.30pm on Sunday.

Campsites will close at midday on Monday and car parks at 2pm.