A THREE-day Earth-themed event continues tomorrow in a town in Oxfordshire.

Organised by Cherwell District Council and community volunteers, Bicester Festival will see a host of events including performances in Market Square and a parade through the town centre at 11am.

The festival kicks-off this evening where Garth Park will be transformed into an open air cinema.

ALSO READ: Community spirit at town carnival

The audience will be encouraged to join in with a special sing-along version of The Greatest Showman and tickets cost £5 per person or £10 per family of four.

Tomorrow evening there will be three performances; Barney Newman and his bluegrass band, Bicester rock band Backstreet Noise and Riot Jazz who will bring together nine professional brass musicians, performing a range of party hits in an edgy and unique way.

Gates at Garth Park open at 6pm with tickets costing £10 per person or £25 for a family of four.

For more details follow @BicesterFestival on social media.