Fun for all the family will be on offer when the Rainbow Summer Solstice Festival is held.
The popular event, organised by Rainbow Festivals, will be held on Sunday, June 21, on land behind the Five Bells in Tydd St Mary.
This is the second year for the festival.
Event organiser Naomi Katze said: “Putting together an event for like-minded people, makes for a fabulous family day of fun and frolics for all.”
The live music line-up includes: Mickey Flynn, Whisky Before Breakfast, Bear Makes Ninja, The Gangsters, Addison’s Uncle, Beachy Head Diving Club & Another Bloody Day
Rainbow Festivals will also welcome the amazing Pig Dyke Molly Dancers for a one off performance.
A host of food and drink stalls will be held on the day.
Plus there will be a number of art, crafts and therapies on offer including gifts, wood turning and many more.
A bouncy village, vintage games and face painting will be on offer for youngsters.
The festival will be supporting the National Autistic Society and Leukaemia Care
Gates open - 12 noon.
Entrance fee is £2 per adult and free for the under fives.