A TALENTED youngster from Woolton Hill who was invited up on stage to close last year's CarFest will perform at the popular music festival once again this year.

As previously reported, Harry Frost went along to the annual festival at Laverstoke Park Farm in Overton with his mother Barbra, father Russell and brother where he held up and carried around a handmade sign that said ‘Let me DJ’.

The family brought a USB stick containing some of Harry's work in case he got the opportunity to play.

Their trip ended with the 12-year-old closing the whole weekend with a nearly 30-minute drum and bass set on Sunday, August 2, on the Club CarFest Stage.

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Harry’s set even impressed the talent, with Chase and Status - one of the UK's most prominent drum and bass acts – stating that Harry was a "legend in the making".

The youngster also met CarFest founder and Virgin Radio breakfast show host, Chris Evans.

Now, one year later, Harry is to take the festival again by storm and will be performing a longer set at CarFest, with a new, dynamic music set.

Barbra, who spoke to a Gazette reporter last year said that Harry, who has autism and ADHD, has attended the festival since he was two.

She said: "To him, having autism is not a disability but a gift. He could listen to any song and then be able to play it almost instantly."

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His handmade sign attracted the attention of artists at the festival and amazingly after meeting radio presenter Chris Evans, Harry ended up playing six songs on stage.

His proud mother said: "It was just so surreal to see him play on stage and the crowd loved him they went absolutely mental."

Harry was thrilled with the experience and said after that “it felt really good" and that he "loved the crowd".

CarFest returns this August Bank Holiday weekend from Friday, August 23 to Sunday, August 25.

For more information and to buy tickets visit carfest.org.