A FESTIVAL focusing on expanding consciousness from the material to the ethereal will return to Cerbid, near St Davids, this weekend.

The three-day Unearthed in a Field Festival is returning to the heart of the Pembrokeshire countryside for a fifth year, promising a vibrant mix of music, arts, performance, workshops and discussion.

Growing year-on-year in popularity, the 2017 Unearthed festival promises to be the biggest yet and headliners to look out for this year include a host of local and international reggae, world and folk artists, such as Natty and the Rebelship, Soom T and Meic Stevens.

Aside from the music, festival-goers can also look forward to spectacular trapeze and fire show performances, as well as a kids' tent, workshop area where you can make your own guitar, daily yoga and meditation, poetry, food that's good for the planet and soul and much more.

"Unearthed stimulates and inspires the senses with experiences that are not generally found in our day to day lives", says Tim Rees of the family friendly festival that is run on his land by himself and musician Dan Messore.

As always, 'Unearthed' will be offering local and organic vegetarian foods such as vegan ice-cream made from coconut nut and cashews, along with organic wood oven pizzas by St Davids company Torth Y Tir.

For more information and to purchase a ticket, visit www.unearthedinafield.co.uk.

Camping is free and tickets for the festival cost from £85 per person for the weekend, £40 for one day and kids under 12 years old go free.

Doors open at 1pm on Friday, June 16 and close at 2am on Sunday 18.