DROITWICH ArtsFest reaches its finale on Saturday in St Andrews Square with music on the hour, every hour, starting at 10am.
RMA are first up, followed by Sing and Tonic at 11am.
Standard editor Tristan Harris will be talking about some of his more amusing experiences as a newspaper editor with Comedy in the Square at 11.40am, before Droitwich Ukulele Club perform at midday.
At 1pm Mandy Harding plays saxophone and at 2pm Helen Pearson will be singing well-known favourites from the 1940s to the 1970s.
The day will end with popular music from The Fidgets who will perform from 3pm to 4pm.
Over the past week there has been a host of demonstrations of work and skills and Droitwich Arts Network members appearing in Victoria Square last Saturday.
Prose and poetry readings took place in St Andrews Square, budding photographers joined a photo walk, a close up magician created surprises and Park Cafe hosted another successful Poetry Extravaganza in the evening.
Helen Karakashian, Chairman of Droitwich Arts Network, said: “The public have really shown their appreciation of the wide range of artistic and mostly free events offered by Droitwich ArtsFest 2018.”