Anyone who's been to Groove Festival over the last few years will know that there's more to the Wicklow event than just music.

As well as the Celtic Kitchen experience being introduced at this year's event, organisers have a host of fun family activities lined up.

They include the below:

- The largest climbing wall in Europe, standing at 9 metres tall;

- Aqua sphering - aka zorbing on water, i.e. the lakes of Kilruddery estate;

- Sing Factory - a new addition to this year's festival that is basically a fully kitted-out mobile recording studio, where you can record your song, share it with your friends and even make a music video.

Oxfam Ireland will also have a presence at this year's Groove, inviting festival-goers to add their name to the latest campaign for change whilst simultaneously having a great oul time.

Of course, there's the music, too - which includes Ocean Colour Scene, The Blades, Aslan, The Academic, The 4 of Us and more.

It takes place at Killruddery House in Bray on July 2nd and 3rd - which you can see in all its glory below: