Droitwich Spa Food and Drink Festival will again fill Lido Park with fresh, mouthwatering aromas and foot-tapping music this weekend.
Food lovers are invited to explore various food stalls and watch chef demonstrations over the jam-packed weekend, which starts this Friday.
The event will also have a Pirates of the Caribbean and Alice in Wonderland escape room for the whole family to get involved in, as well as a fun fair.
The festival has been advertised as being bigger and better than the previous 13 years the festival has run.
Mark Cookson, the festival organiser, said: “We included a Friday evening which has never been done before, and people can come to listen to live music and have some food and drink.
“Last year, when the festival finished, people did not want it to end so we extended the weekend.”
Visitors will be treated to live music across the weekend, and the festivities will start to wind down at 5pm on Sunday.
Other entertainment throughout the weekend includes balloon modelling, a glitter bar and a bubble factory.
What are the dates of the Droitwich Spa Food and Drink Festival?
Friday, June 23, from 3pm to 10pm
Saturday, June 24, from 10am to 10pm
Sunday, June 25, from 10am to 5pm
The event will have lots of music from not one but two stages which are labelled the Bandstand and Main Stage.
The Rock Choir, Sing and Tonic Choir and Terry Walls and Steve Oliver will be performing on the Bandstand on Saturday, whereas acts like The Ferrets, Come Together, The Delray Rockers and Loz Ruston Quartet will be on the Main Stage.
More acts will perform on Sunday including Jass Alchemy, Brass Band and the Knights and Hodgetts Duo on the Bandstand and then Jules Benjamin, Living the Dream and Come Together on the Main Stage.
Ballards LLP, one of the festival’s sponsors, aim to supply 1000 environmentally friendly forever bags upon guests’ entry.
Ballards LLP said the free festival attracts crowds of up to 10,000 people.
The festival won the Visit Worcestershire Awards for Excellence in the Festival and Events category in 2019.