This weekend at the Worcester Festival is jam-packed full of more than 100 events - here are some of the highlights.

On Saturday Someone At The Door Samba Band will be performing around the City spreading their infectious rhythms at 11am and 12.30pm. Their funky jazz sound is guaranteed to have you swinging and shaking!

Head over to Bell Square on Saturday to learn more about Worcester Wheels and the services they provide. They also have some fun family activities such as a tombola, colouring table and much more!

Don’t forget to visit the Worcester Festival website (or pick up an event guide) to see everything that’s happening this weekend.

There’s lots of fun happening in Pershore today with the judging of the Pershore Plum Festival shop window displays, the town will be filled with yellow and purple decorations spreading the plum festival cheer ready before the main event on the Bank Holiday weekend.

There is also a market for all things plum near ASDA in Pershore today, it’s a perfect trip out for the whole family.

In Cathedral Square on Saturday the Music Box, an exciting opportunity for you to try your hand at a musical instrument! With digital sound equipment installed too you can even try your hand at DJing. The Music Box will be open at 10am till 1pm and 2pm till 4pm.

There are lots of other amazing events on Saturday including open day on Diglis Island, Panorama Tower open day at Croome, Nature Makers Drop-in Sessions in Crowngate, Funky Face Painters and much, much more!

This weekend is the start of the Worcestershire Open Studios over the next 10 days you have the chance to see the artwork and working spaces of 128 artists, and 97 venues.

This Sunday sees the return of The Worcester Festival 5k and 2k Fun Run. Starting from Diglis Playing Fields the run organised in association with the Black Pear Joggers was a huge success last year.

On the day entries may be permitted if there is space, so come along join in the fun, or come and cheer the participants on! There will be entertainment, food, and face painting at the event too, you can hop, skip, jump or walk the 2k so it really is an event for everyone!

After all that moving around, you might just want a sit down and a cup of tea, then pop to Cripplegate Park for their special Pop-up Café and live music.

Don’t forget that all weekend (and throughout the rest of the Festival) lots of local hospitality businesses are offering a special item or deal at their venue as part of the Worcester Festival Food and Drink Guide.

Please see the event guide or website for all the offers available.