Climax of town music festival

The 14th Ripley Music Festival concludes this weekend with an impressive selection of top entertainment for fans to enjoy.

As before, the festival has seen pubs, parks and public spaces in the town taken over by all manner of musical aces.

The remaining events you can enjoy are:

Thursday July 11 : Flute Finesse and Waingroves Friends at All Saints Church, starting at 7.30pm. Tickets £6

Friday, July 12: Schools Day at Crossley Park, Ripley, from 1pm-2:30pm. Free entry .

The Sonora Singers at All Saints Church Time:, starting at 7.30pm Tickets £6.

Youth Bands at Crossley Park from 7pm-9pm with I Surrender and Para Site. Free entry

Saturday, July 13:Tom Katz performing on Oxford Street Ripley, from 11am - 1pm .

Picnic in the Park at Crossley Park from1pm-3pm featuring Licksquid, Waking Vegas and Red Nation. Free entry .

Proms Spectacular and Firework Display with Zephyr 5 and Newstead Brass at Crossley Park, from 7.30pm onwards.

Zephyr are playing at the Out of Town, Ripley from 9pm. Entry is free.

Sunday, July 14: Rom Fest at Ripley Market Place, from 1pm-6pm. Entry is free and appearing will be Chris Tye, Red Fire Ants, Apparently We Fly, Threeday Weekend Tilted Smile and the F.O.O.S, pluss licensed bar

Licksquid celebrate their tenth anniversary at The Nags Head Ripley from 5.30pm-8.15pm. Free entry

Jam Night - free after show party at The Holly Bush, Ripley, from 8pm . All are welcome and entry is free