Warwick is gearing up for celebrations of music, food and drink galore when a host of events head to the racecourse this summer.
The annual two-day charity beer and cider festival will see drinks flowing on its return from July 15.
And the annual Thai Festival will bring a taste or the Orient to its new location at Warwick Racecourse on July 31.
The popularity of the festival to celebrate all things Eastern means it can no longer be held in Market Place which cannot accommodate the expected number of visitors.
The event will this year be held at the racecourse where an entry fee of £3 will be charged for the first time.
Run in partnership with the Rotary Club, the day will showcase food from over 40 stalls offering a taste of Eastern culture.
Buddhist Monks will set up a temple and kick off the ceremony as well as offering the traditional reception of gifts from the traders.
The day will also include a taster of Thai culture, with dancing, music, kick boxing and cookery demonstrations.
Visit warwick.thejockeyclub.co.uk for tickets.
The annual Beer, cider and Music Festival - run by Warwick Court Leet over two days - will allow residents another chance to enjoy locally brewed ales. With all proceeds going to charitable town causes.
The day will show off 70 different beers and ciders as well as a selection of food and live music - with free soft drinks for drivers.
Open from 4pm to 10pm on July 15 and midday to 10pm on July 16. Tickets £5 including a commemorative glass.
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