A much-anticipated Isle of Wight community event will make its triumphant return this Bank Holiday weekend.

Ticket to Ryde is coming to Eastern Gardens on Ryde beach front.

Running between Saturday, May 25, and Sunday, May 26, the feel-good extravaganza promises a bumper weekend of live music, local traders, food stalls, children’s activities and more.

The event aims to bring together the community while supporting the Isle of Wight Motor Neurone Disease Association (MNDA).

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Isle of Wight County Press: Diva-Licious Duo.Diva-Licious Duo. (Image: Contributed)

Despite its name, no tickets are needed.

You can just turn up with your friends and family and enjoy a line-up of acts including The Redcatz Rock'n'Roll Trio, Emellia, The Signal Men, Charlene Duncan, Diva-Licious Duo, Greg Barnes Music, The Sirens, Amy Jolliffe, It’s Not a Phase Mom!, Momentary High, Steve Love’s Island Songs and more.

There’s something to suit everyone's taste.

Isle of Wight County Press: The Redcatz Rock'n'Roll Trio.The Redcatz Rock'n'Roll Trio. (Image: Contributed)

Isle of Wight County Press: Musician Greg Barnes.Musician Greg Barnes. (Image: Contributed)

Island traders will be showcasing their products and services, and food stalls will cater to all palates and dietary requirements across the weekend.

There will also be a real ale bar courtesy of Island Ales and a selection of traditional market traders.

On-stage entertainment starts at 11.30am through to 8pm each evening, and market stalls open from 10am each morning.

For more information and for a schedule of performances, visit www.jackupevents.co.uk/whats-on/ or follow Ticket to Ryde on social media.

The event aims to create a welcoming and inclusive atmosphere for all.

Isle of Wight County Press: Musician Amy Jolliffe.Musician Amy Jolliffe. (Image: Contributed)

Isle of Wight County Press: Musician Charlene Duncan.Musician Charlene Duncan. (Image: Contributed)

As a community-driven event, it also makes a positive impact by raising funds for the MNDA Isle of Wight. By attending this event, participants will not only have a fantastic time but also contribute to supporting Island individuals and families affected by Motor Neurone Disease.

The Late May Bank Holiday weekend will be an opportunity for locals and visitors alike to come together, celebrate, and enjoy the vibrant spirit of Ryde.

Admission to Ticket to Ryde is free, thanks to organisers Jack Up Events, working in conjunction with Ryde Town Council.

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