The popular Warwick Thai Festival is set to return to the town next month.
The event will be returning to Warwick racecourse on July 9 and 10. This will be the 17th year that the festival has taken place in the town.
Last year’s event, which was delayed until September due to the Covid-19 pandemic saw thousands of people attend over the two days.
Buddhist Monks will start the festival off with their ceremonies, and the traditional reception of gifts from the traders.
On stage throughout the day will be performances including dancing, lady boys, music, Thai boxing and cookery demonstrations.
There will also be stalls set up at the racecourse selling Thai food, drinks, spices, crafts, and massages.
The festival will be open from 10.30am to 6pm on the Saturday, 10.30am to 5pm on the Sunday.
Tickets are on sale for £5 each in advance online from agents Skiddles. To buy tickets online, go to: http://skiddle.com/e/36003015 , alternatively tickets can also be bought on the gate on the day.
Children aged under 15-years-old can enter for free with an accompanying adult.
The Warwick Rotary Club has organised an annual Thai festival since the Boxing Day Tsunami in 2004 and continues to send aid to the Thai people and other disaster areas. Rotary proceeds also go to other charitable causes.