All the best in Asian visual art and performance comes to town next month with the hugely popular Luton Mela, now celebrating its 14th year as a cultural showcase.
It takes place at Wardown Park from noon to 7pm on Sunday, September 8.
Last year the event attracted a crowd of more than 10,000 with its talented cast of local, national and international stars and fun-filled activities for the whole family.
This year’s artists include Dutch singer Sami Blake, Pakistani-born Nafees, Hypnotize Crew, Des-c and many more.
Luton Mela Group spokesman Furhaad Ahmed said: “Everyone is welcome.
“There are two stages. One will host culturally diverse shows like Irish dancing and the other will feature Bhangra and rap artists.
“There will also be a variety of stalls with food from all over the world.”
He added: “We’re having a special children’s zone with kids’ activities like face painting and jugglers to entertain them.
“In addition we’re having funfair rides for both adults and youngsters.”
Entry is free with free parking at Popes Meadow.