The Museum of East Anglian Life is hosting its annual Traditional Music Day tomorrow.
The event, in its twelfth year, sees a wealth of talent take to the stage as well hosting the largest annual gathering of stepdancers, an informal style of tap dancing.
Among the exciting line-up is singer guitarist Martin Carthy, concertina, banjo and guitar player Jeff Warner, Irish singer and master of the comic song Con O’Drisceoil and storyteller Debs Newbold.
There will also be have-a-go sessions where visitors will get the chance to try out a variety of traditional instruments.
The museum’s Visitor Services Officer Patsy Cane said: “We have tonnes going on.
“We have stepdancers, musicians, storytelling, jig dolls - every building has something going on in it.
“It will be a very busy day and a lot of fun.”