A new family friendly reggae festival could be coming to Reading later this summer.

'Summer Love Reading' promises relaxed reggae music, street food and more at Prospect Park.

The festival's headliners include General Levy, ASWAD, Kiko Bun and Jnr Watson.

Summer Love is billed as a family friendly festival with children under 12 being allowed entry for free.

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In order for Summer Love to go ahead, a licensing application has to be approved by Reading Borough Council.

The organisers have applied for a licence for live music, recorded music, performances and dance and the sale of alcohol from 12pm to 10pm on Saturday, July 23.

The alcohol licence has been submitted so that rum punch, as well as a beer, cider and ale village and prosecco, gin and cocktails can be sold at the event.

The licence application has been submitted by the company Tots Events Ltd, which also runs the Raver Tots festival which will be occuring at Prospect Park the following day, on Sunday, July 24.

Tots Events has permission to run Raver Tots from 11.30am to 7pm that day.

Reading Chronicle: A promo photo for Raver Tots taken by photographer wo0. Credit: www.wo0.co.uk / Raver TotsA promo photo for Raver Tots taken by photographer wo0. Credit: www.wo0.co.uk / Raver Tots

Raver Tots involves parents taking their toddlers to a ‘rave’ complete with leading dance music artists,  a funfair, fancy dress and glow sticks.

Headline acts include Artful Dodger, Eksman, DJ Archie (the world’s youngest DJ) and radio extraordinaires Wideboys, who run the popular Kisstory show.

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For the Summer Love festival, Tots Events will need to acquire a licence from Reading Borough Council's licensing team.

You can have your say about the application by emailing the licensing team at licensing.gov.uk.

Anyone who wants to make representations must do so by Sunday, July 17.