Thousands of people are expected to flock to the Sandwell Community Show over the Bank Holiday weekend and the Bugle will be there too.
A great day out is planned for all the family at the event on Sunday 25 and Monday 26 August. The show is being held on the Sandwell Valley Showground at the rear of Dartmouth Park in West Bromwich.
And this year it is being combined with the Judgestock music festival which is taking place on Saturday 24, Sunday 25 and Bank Holiday Monday 26 August.
Boyband Blue, RnB singer Lemar, local band The Twang, rockers The Quireboys, Alabama 3 and Mitchel Emms from The Voice plus lots more are already confirmed acts.
As part of the Sandwell Show there will also be a Sandwell Six Towns Challenge walk/run on Sunday August 25 for the more adventurous.
The challenge will begin at Sandwell Park Farm and come to an end at Sandwell Show, Sandwell Park Farm. As always, there will be plenty to see and do at the main show which will include entertainment in the arena, stalls, games, sporty activities, a massive funfair and bouncy castles.
One of the highlights of the event will be the Sandwell Horticultural Show which attracts entrants from all over the Midlands.
Some of the region's top growers will be displaying their wares.Sandwell Cabinet member for highways and environment Councillor Maria Crompton said: "The Sandwell Show is always a great event and as an extra boost the weather looks as though it will be favourable so people can come along and watch a host of events in safety and above all it is all free."