Some of the UK's finest tribute bands will be performing at Birmingham's annual Lord Mayor's Show during the spring bank holiday weekend.
A fun-packed programme of entertainment will run alongside the performers at the show, at Edgbaston's Cannon Hill Park on May 29 and 30.
The show welcomes in the new Lord Mayor and signals the end of the outgoing first citizen's year of fund-raising with a host of activities.
As well as the live music, there will be DJs, a funfair, sports arena, children's entertainment, miniature train ride, an arts and crafts marquee, dog and falconry displays, dance exhibitions and majorettes.
The tribute band line up includes Rat in the Kitchen (UB40), ABBA UK, Kevin Plant as Elvis Presley and Andy Wilsher singing Robbie Williams.
The Soul Survivors will also be performing their jumping soul and rhythm set, highlighted by a performance by Carol Decker of Shrewsbury eighties band T'Pau.
Lord Mayor elect Councillor John Hood (Con Sutton Vesey), said: "As well as being a great fun day out for all of the family it also provides a fantastic opportunity to support worthwhile charities across Birmingham.
"Of course, it's also a wonderful way of enabling me to meet thousands of local citizens as they enjoy the host of entertainments and activities on offer".
The outgoing Lord Mayor Coun Mike Nangle's chosen charities have been Cancer Research UK, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and the Fireside Day Centre.
Admission to all the activities is free and doors open at noon and go on until 6pm. There is limited free car parking provided at Holders Lane car park. Call 0121 303 3008 for more details