Twelve thousand music lovers are expected to descend on the Ashton Court Estate for a glittering new summer festival.
Summer Nights at Ashton Court will take place on July 8, 9 and 10 and organisers are hoping the open-air event, which expects to attract 4,000 people each night, will become an annual extravaganza.
The family-friendly concerts aim to fill a gap in Bristol's music scene with everything from classical artist Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, to Motown and 60s tribute bands.
Bringing a picnic and enjoying music in the surrounds of the rolling green hills, festival-goers will be able to dance the night away under summer skies before a spectacular firework finale.
Sounds good, right? However, let's cut to the chase:
All-inclusive VIP hospitality or a pre-concert Supper in the Mansion is also on offer, as well as a Gazebo Village for exclusive undercover picnicking.
Tickets start at £20 for children and £28 for adults on the Friday and Saturday and £40 to see Dame Kiri. Family tickets are also available.
A veritable bargain, I think you'll agree! And whilst the original Aston Court Festival attracted a wide range of different people, I think the Summer Nights website makes it quite clear what kind of punter they're after: