The local organisation helps support children living with cancer and their families offering practical, emotional and financial support to hundreds of families every year.
As well as the NICFC’s physical presence on-site to raise awareness of their work, the festival’s ‘Busk Stop’ will also be back and will see performances from festival acts and special guests throughout the day to raise money for the charity – members of the public are also encouraged to go along and pick up an instrument.
Festival organiser, Paddy Glasgow said, “As a charity ourselves, we understand the importance of raising awareness and funds to continue year round activities.
“Each year Glasgowbury works closely with a designated charity to raise awareness and some much needed resources for a worthwhile cause and we’re delighted to be helping out such a hard working charity this year.
“The Busk Stop is something we introduced in 2010 to encourage acts to continue the party after their set but we’re excited that this year it will have a purpose and as well as seeing some acts up close and personal, including some special guests, people will have the chance to donate to the charity.”
Glasgowbury takes place July 21 and you can find info on tickets and the line-up here.