Tickets have gone on sale for an annual festival which has been holding events for more than 30 years. 

Following a successful event last year, the East Anglian Beer & Cider Festival is returning to St Edmundsbury Cathedral from Wednesday, August 21 until Monday, August 26. 

It is the 32nd year the event has been held having run annually since 1991, with this year's organisers planning a festival with a wide range of beers, ciders and other drinks. 

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The festival soundstage will host local bands and entertainers and the return of the Last Night of the Proms on the Friday evening. 

Martin Bate, the organiser of the festival, said: "Making the first tranche of tickets available reminds us the festival is now only four months away. 

"We are so excited to be working with St Edmundsbury Cathedral again to stage what promises to be our biggest and best yet."

Evening tickets cost £10 per person for each day while free entry will be given in daytime sessions and on Sunday and Monday to make the festival accessible.