WEST country music legends are due to give a lively performance in Cirencester. 

The Wurzels, an English Scrumpy and Western band from Somerset, will perform hit tunes including The Combine Harvester at Bingham Hall in Cirencester on Friday, May 31.

Tommy Banner, Pete Budd and Sedge Moore have been delighting audiences with songs stacked with double entendre, mainstream parody and a comical folk stylings for more than five decades and continue to perform at sell-out shows. 

The band are excited to amp-up their usual shenanigans for the annual Cotswold Cider Festival in Cirencester at the end of May. 

Support for the evening will come from longstanding partner in countryside-related musical crimes, Corky of Dauntsey Vale in North Wiltshire.

Corky has made his name as an agricultural hip-hop artist and his hit pasty-inspired parody Ginster's Paradise recently went viral.

Doors will open at 7.30pm and the show will start at 8pm. 

Tickets cost £23 (plus a booking fee) and are available on tinyurl.com/4v49u35k