Members of the Festival Too committee at the annual ball. Picture: Tony Jones.

One of the biggest and best-loved events in the King’s Lynn calender kicks off this weekend.

Festival Too, which is celebrating 30 years of providing free entertainment to the borough, has lined-up a busy few weekends ahead.

The first night of Festival Too will  open tomorrow at 7.30pm on the King Staithe Square.

Simply Buble – a Michael Buble tribute act, will provide the musical entertainment along with a firework display, fairground rides and various food stalls.

For the next two weekends there will be free live music with top bands on the Tuesday Market Place.

On Friday July 3, musicians from the King Edward VII Academy open the evening at 7.30pm.

Lynn-based band Gifford is also on the bill as well as rock-pop band The Blow Monkeys.

From the earlier time of 6.30pm on  Saturday July 4, it will be an 80s-themed night with Heaven 17 and former members of Bucks Fizz – Mike, Cheryl and Jay.

The next afternoon from 2pm, Tom Hingley, the voice of indie band the Inspiral Carpets will take to the stage.

On Friday July 10, 90s band Republica will top the bill

And on the last night, from 6.30pm, on Saturday July 11, Scottish band The Fratellis are due to take to the stag.

Dodgy and television’s X-Factor finalists, Only the Young are also billed to appear.

For more information, visit the website or see the Festival Too King’s Lynn Facebook page. All the concerts are free to attend.