Come along and enjoy the fun!

THIS year’s Gainsborough Riverside Festival looks set to be bigger and better than ever with stalls, a traditional market, a funfair, arts, crafts, games, a duck race, live music and a firework finale - in other words, there’s something for everybody to enjoy.

With so much happening at the festival at a number of different locations, here’s a guide to what will be happening where.

Riverside Festival 2011. The parade makes its way through Gainsborough  (G110611-1n)

Riverside Festival 2011. The parade makes its way through Gainsborough (G110611-1n)

Parish Church: Parade starts at noon.

Sandars Yard: Official opening of the Festival at the end of the parade at 12.30pm by the Mayor of Gainsborough and Chairman of West Lindsey District Council.

Live stage performances - 12.30pm Steroepic;

12.50pm Lizzie Goddard;

1.15pm The Studio;

1.40pm Caz Crnell, Laura Cornet, Katie Booth, Bryony Roberts, Joshua St John, Dawen Jones;

2.15pm Performing Arts Club of St John’s;

2.40pm Zumbatronic;

3pm Zumba;

3.20pm Chasing Wilson;

3.50pm Antonia Barber;

4pm TVA;

4.20pm We Were Infinate (Aaron Nicholls Band);

4.40pm Avalon Doughty;

5pm Steroepic;

5.30pm Stage closed;

7.45pm-8.15pm The Torn;

8.30pm-10pm Bluez Brotherz;

10pm-10.10pm Firework Finale.

Whitton’s Mill: Indoors - tombola, bric-a-brac, refreshments, outdoors - festival information point.

Whitton’s Gardens: Stalls, games, competitions, interactive fun, food.

Ship Court Car Park: Family Fun Fair until 9pm.

Market Place: Traditional Market.

Old Hall: Saturday Praise at 3pm, tea shop and gift shop.

Marshall’s Yard: Shopping and entertainment.

Chapel Staith: Earth Bound Misfits, street entertainers.

Riverside Walkway: Duck race (Lions), entertainment, information.

Yasig: Coffee shop and community interaction.

So get out there and enjoy what should be a a great day out for all the family.