Pakefield's Seagull arts venue has confirmed that its popular 1940s event will stage its third edition in July.

The event brings together both neighbours and tourists, with many joining in with dancing and singing in the streets.

Incorporating feedback from previous years, the 2024 event introduces a few modifications.

The event has been trimmed to a one-day affair on Saturday, July 13.

Lowestoft Journal: Many acts have already been confirmed Many acts have already been confirmed (Image: The Seagull)

Thanks to the approval of the Wellington Terrace Gardens Association, the craft fair and several performances will now be stationed in the gardens nestled between the promenade and Kirkley Cliff Road.

The remainder of the event will occupy Kirkley's streets and pedestrian-friendly zones.

Some fan favourites have been confirmed to be returning for the 2024 event, this includes Full House Duo alongside the Vibettes and Holly Jade.

Additionally, restaurant Springtide will be hosting a performance by the 1940s swing ensemble, the Djangoliers.

The main event runs from 10am to 3pm, and is followed by the Djangoliers gig at SpringTide from 7pm to 9pm.

Lowestoft Journal: Organisers say that people often start dancing in the street Organisers say that people often start dancing in the street (Image: The Seagull)

Event organiser Des Reynolds said: “We are so pleased to be able to bring this event back to Kirkley for another year.

"Putting on large scale events in the current financial climate is always hard, but we were determined to make sure our local community does not miss out on something they have really enjoyed in the past.

"By condensing the event slightly and moving into the beautiful Wellington Terrace Gardens, we hope to provide another glorious fun day of nostalgia with fantastic music and entertainment for everyone.”