It has a new name, a new website and a new look, and now the Crystal Palace Festival is back with some "great news."

After a "hugely successful" 2017 event that saw 28,500 visitors swarm to Crystal Palace Park, organisers of the festival have announced they have secured £39,000 worth of funding for this year's rendition.

Festival director, Noreen Meehan, said they have been hard at work figuring out ways to improve the festival.

"We had such a wonderful 2017 event and we were all very happy with how it went but we never rest," she said.

"We have been looking at how we can improve our visitors’ experience and also fundraising like crazy."

Arts Council England, Croydon Council, Bromley Council and Bromley Community Fund all contributed to the £39,000, something Ms Meehan said they will not let go to waste.

"This has led to a new look for the festival logo and marketing with a new name albeit not so different – just Crystal Palace Festival from now on," she said.

"We continue to work with London Overground to bring thousands of visitors to the event."

The festival will take place all around the Crystal Palace area on June 11-17 with a week long programme, including the free Crystal Palace Park event on June 16.