A whole line-up of star-studded acts are set to perform at an open air blues festival, thought to be the first of its kind in Burgh le Marsh.
Tickets are now on sale for the premium live event being put on by The Lakes restaurant, which has grown in popularity through its music nights and quality selection of food and drinks.
Plus one lucky winner could have the chance to attend with a friend for free, thanks to the generosity of owner and organiser Jose Giraldez.
Readers of the Standard must answer the simple question by entering it on the slip (inside June 5 edition) and dropping it off or posting it to the Skegness Standard office at Unit 22, The Hildreds, Skegness, Lincolnshire, PE25 3NU by June 18 at noon.
Guests can enjoy a varied and entertaining line-up on the day from 2.30pm to 11pm on Saturday, July 13 in the grounds at The Lakes Restaurant near Burgh le Marsh.
At 2.30pm, Soul Solution will take to the main stage performing in their brass band ensemble to help kick-start the day.
Organisers will also be celebrating all that is special about Lincolnshire with the focus on local produce and county-based acts.
At 4.30pm local band Where’s Ted? will perform with their guitar riffs and melodies, which are sure to be a hit in the summer sunshine.
Popular and well-known band, the Slim Line Papas get going off at 6.30pm, and are sure to get the open air party started with their blues, swing and rockabilly sounds.
A whole host of Lincolnshire food and drink will be up for grabs - with a BBQ sizzling all afternoon with venison burgers, local Boston and Lincolnshire sausages and lots more.
Bateman’s Brewery will also have special guest ales on and popular Lincolnshire beers in a beer tent on site.
The restaurant will also be open, with toilet facilities and parking on-site available.
The final act of the night will be international rock and blues singer and guitarist, Chantel McGregor on the main stage from 9pm.
Chantel is well-known for her stunning good looks and sounds which encompass Jimi Hendrix.
She was also voted Young Artist of the Year, in the British Blues Awards 2011 and Female Vocalist of the Year, in the British Blues Awards during 2012.
There is a limited availability of tickets and those interested are urged to snap up their places quick.
Advance tickets cost £15, under 14s £10, on the gate £20 depending on numbers on the day and under 14s £15. To buy tickets visit The Lakes Restaurant, The Embassy Theatre or online at www.solidentertainments.com. For more information call 01754 811198 or call 07940 393915. Visit The Lakes Bar & Restaurant website at www.thelakesrestaurant.co.uk to keep up to date with weekly acts and offers.