A four-day music festival has announced it is moving to a new home in Dorset for August 2023.

We Out Here Festival will relocate to St Giles House, Wimborne in east Dorset and is set to go ahead between August 10-14 next summer.

The festival, hosted by Gilles Peterson from BBC Radio Six, will make its debut in the county having previously been held for three years at Abbots Ripton in Cambridgeshire.

Gilles is best known for Saturday afternoons on BBC Six Music and as an international club DJ, he is also an avid record collector, curator, music producer and record label boss.

The music fest will feature in the grade two listed grounds that consist of a vast wooded parkland through which the River Allen flows, feeding a seven-acre lake in the heart of the site.

Other features include acres of woodland walks and tucked away fields, 1000-yard avenues of Beech and hidden forest clearings.

The lineup is expected to be announced early next year.

The music festival aims to demonstrate the most exciting emerging talent and will continue to have regular tents such as the Love Dancin, Lemon Lounge and the Near Mint Record Store with other additions to be announced.

In keeping with previous years, the capacity will remain the same for the festival to achieve the friendly vibe the festival desires.

The festival will run regular shuttles from a nearby train station to the site, as well as coach travel from major cities around the UK.

2023 tickets will be going on sale exclusively to prior We Out Here attendees, on Wednesday, October 19 while remaining tickets can be collected by signing up to the We Out of Here Festival mailing list on their website www.weoutherefestival.com