The 4th annual Banjo & Bovril festival will return to Bray's Harbour Bar from January 24th - 28th.

The line-up for this year's acoustic, trad and folk-oriented festival will feature music from David Kitt, I Draw Slow, The Pale and The Eskies, amongst others.

There will also be trad sessions daily in the bar and ukulele lessons for all the family on the Sunday afternoon, with toasties and mugs of Bovril throughout, while the Fish Bar at The Harbour will be on hand for hungry punters in search of some local fishy delicacies.

Best of all, every show is free to attend.

See below for the full line-up:

Wednesday 24th January

David Kitt opens this year's festival where he’ll preview songs from his anticipated new album ‘Yous’ that’s set to delight fans old and new. In the bar, it’s the weekly trad and roots session with Brand New Switcheroo.

Thursday 25th January

I Draw Slow headline Thursday night. Trad session with Rake The Ashes in the bar.

Friday 26th January

The Pale celebrate the 25th Anniversary of one of the classic Irish debut albums - ‘Here’s One We Made Earlier’. Trad session with Crooked Jack in the bar.

Saturday 27th January

The Eskies headline what’s set to be a raucous Saturday night following the release of their 2nd album ‘And Don’t Spare The Horses' in December. They’re joined on the line-up by Haiku, and The Gabriel G Diges Band. Trad session with Seodín in the bar.

Sunday 28th January

Sunday night's closing party features a Special Guest to be announced, along with Lee Meehan & Hugh Buckley, and Wally Paige & band. And there’s ukulele lessons for all the family at 4.30 on the Sunday afternoon followed by performances by The Harbour Ukuleles.

Sunday afternoon trad session with The Lonesome Boatmen 4pm - 6pm in the bar.