An exciting new festival will take place this summer to celebrate 20 years of Loch Lomond Shores.

Summerfest will run from July 2-3, promising a weekend full of family fun with no entry fee.

An entertainment stage will be hosted by Cassi from Radio Clyde and feature local singers and dancers including Boogie Box Jive, Margaret Rose School of Dance and Erin Ponsonby.

Glasgow Times:

Face painters and Disney princesses will be at hand to help create a magical atmosphere for young ones with a free Encanto show.

Foodies can look forward to stalls from Chulo’s Bakes and Ann Davidson Butchers as well as takeaway options from Arran Hog Roast and Wild Venison.

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Glasgow Times:

Still Game fans are in for a treat too with ‘the one and only Navid’s truck’ due to make an appearance selling bottles of Jack & Victor’s limited edition whisky which is blended and bottled at the Loch Lomond Distillery.

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Glasgow Times:

Audrey Calder from Loch Lomond Shores said: “Everyone is welcome to come along and help us celebrate our 20th birthday in style

“With all the entertainment, including the free Encanto show, we’ve tried to make it an affordable day out for everyone.”

As well as the festival, visitors are invited to make a day of it by visiting the Sea Life centre, Treezone, the Bird of Prey Centre or enjoy a pedal boat ride with Loch Lomond Leisure.

For more information on the Loch Lomond Shores click here.