FROM family-friendly pop to filthy bass, all musical tastes will be catered for in Haverfordwest this month.

'Pembs Fest' is a two-day music festival taking place on Friday, July 29, and Saturday, July 30, at Haverfordwest Castle, in partnership with Haverfordwest Festival Week.

The open air mainstage will showcase 16 live music acts, while local and guest DJs perform in the atmospheric prison vaults.

A charity event, all profits will go to Diabetes Cymru, the British Heart Foundation and Haverfordwest Museum.

Among those taking a turn at the tables in the vaults will be Charly Says, whose mix of liquid DnB, hardcore and jungle will also be livening up the town centre at El Rio on Friday night.

The latest Substantial Sound night sees the party continue until the early hours, with Late Knight, Paco and Rob WHY playing everything from phat funk and jungle to breaks and bass.

Gates for Pembs Fest open at 7pm on Friday, and the event is open to all ages, with children under-18s free if accompanied by a paying adult.

This first day is alcohol free, and all alcohol will be confiscated. It closes at 11pm.

Substantial Sound runs from 10pm until 3am on Friday, at El Rio, Quay Street. Entry is £4.

On Saturday, Pembs Fest opens at noon, and the event is over-18s only, with alcohol for sale.