Lincolnshire Co-op will be holding two big feasts on October 1, one in Lincoln and one in Louth, to celebrate Lincolnshire Day.
Residents are invited to take part in the Lincolnshire Day feast celebrations at the Assembly Rooms on Bailgate, featuring local food, drink and music.
The event will showcase the best produce in the county, such as a sausage and mash supper and live music from Devlinblue, Lizzie Goddard, Morris and The Moth Lantern.
Member Engagement Manager Richard Whittaker said: “Lincolnshire Day is a chance to champion all that’s great about our county and what better way to celebrate than with yellowbelly food and drink and a host of entertainment from local musicians. We look forward to seeing people there!”
Meanwhile, the second feast in Louth is held at the town hall, with entertainment from Elliott Morris, Harry David, Jay Tyrer and Pheasants And Their Enemies.
Tickets for the feast are £8 per person, or £6 for Lincolnshire Co-op dividend card holders, and £4 for under 16s with an adult.
Tickets go on sale on September 15, and include a drink on arrival, and a two course meal.
For more information and to book visit Lincolnshire Co-op’s website or call 01522 544 632.