A photographer has offered a sneak peek at a brand new motoring festival heading to Suffolk this summer.

The Weekender has been organised by automotive specialists Krazy Horse, which have their headquarters in Bury St Edmunds.

Taking place on July 7,8 and 9 in Bardwell, it will provide guests with bands, beer and street food along with a host of iconic vehicles on display.

With just over a month to go until the festival begins, automative photographer James Catley has shared images taken at some of Krazy Horse's smaller events over the years to give festival-goers a flavour of what they can expect.

East Anglian Daily Times: A previous event hosted by Krazy HorseA previous event hosted by Krazy Horse (Image: James Catley, J.C Moto)

Mr Catley said: "The Krazy Horse Late Nights always generate a great atmosphere, and I fully expect the same at The Weekender festival. 

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“It’s lively, passionate, and there’s a real buzz, and I think I’ve only missed two or three Late Nights in five years. 

East Anglian Daily Times: Krazy Horse motorbikesKrazy Horse motorbikes (Image: James Catley, J.C Moto)

"Krazy Horse also has a real knack for finding incredible bands, including decent local acts, so you can expect good music at The Weekender, too.”

Some of the bands confirmed for The Weekender include rockers Dr Feelgood, rockabilly outfit The Kopy Katz and up-and-coming local band The Vitamins.

There will also be a dedicated shopping village at the festival. 

East Anglian Daily Times: One of the vehicles heading to The Weekender festivalOne of the vehicles heading to The Weekender festival (Image: James Catley, J.C Moto)

The Weekender is a not-for-profit venture that will funnel proceeds from the festival back to charities in Suffolk.

Tickets for the event start at £30 for a day ticket, with under-13s going free.

More information and tickets can be found here.