Busted have been announced as the headliners of a music festival taking place in the Hertfordshire countryside this summer.

The Chiltern Hills will be alive with the sound of music, from Busted’s high-octane punk pop to DJ Judge Jules’ chilled-out club classics, when Chilterns Live is held on Saturday, June 29, in Pendley Meadow, Tring.

Chilterns Live Founder and Director Steve Butcher said: “Chilterns Live is set to be an incredible day of music, paying homage to some of the most iconic groups and tracks of the 90s and Noughties and welcoming artists who are still producing great music to this day.

“It showcases an eclectic soundtrack of Brit Pop, punk pop and dance music classics that have energised dance floors, clubs, fields and even beaches throughout those two decadent decades of music and beyond.

“We are thrilled to be hosting such pivotal acts of recent times who will create the perfect summer soundtrack.”

Headlining are pop punk band Busted from Southend-on-Sea, who formed in 2000 and have had four UK number one singles, two Brit Awards and four studio albums, selling in excess of five million records.

The guitar trio, known for hits like Year 3000, Who’s David, and Crashed the Wedding, are currently celebrating reaching number two in the charts with their new album Half Way There, released earlier this month.

Noughties disco queen Sophie Ellis-Bextor will be creating Murder on the Dancefloor with her amazing voice and killer tunes. Sophie has continued to enjoy chart successes with all her six albums reaching the Top 40, and is just about to release her latest album The Song Diaries.

Voted best DJ in the world in 1995, record producer and radio show host Judge Jules will be spinning the audience into oblivion with his unforgettable back catalogue of hits. Recreating the sounds of Ibiza in the Chilterns, Judge Jules will be loading the decks with everything from trance anthems to summer club classics and Ministry of Sound favourites.

Five-piece pop rock band The Feeling released their debut album Twelve Stops and Home in 2006 when it charted three Top 10 UK singles and secured a Brit Award nomination. They haven’t looked back since, releasing four further hit studio albums.

Going back to the Brit Pop era of the 90s, Dodgy will be making sure you’re Staying Out for the Summer by listening to their feel-good tracks including Good Enough and If You’re Thinking of Me. The band have recently celebrated 25 years since their landmark album Homegrown.

To top off this day of spectacular hits will be 90s legends Toploader whose smash number one cover, Dancing in the Moonlight, will have everybody on their feet and making the most of this summer special.

Tickets for this one day festival are on sale now at www.chilterns-live.co.uk

From every ticket sold, £1 will be going to Berkhamsted-based charity Hector’s House which was set up in memory of Hector Stringer who took his own life at the age of 18. His family set up the charity with the aim to stop suicide and the stigma around mental health issues.

Pendley Meadow, Cow Lane, Tring, Saturday, June 29. Details: chilterns-live.co.uk