Roll up for BBC Radio Lincolnshire's live broadcast from Market Rasen
Families could find themselves live on air after school today at Market Rasen's first ever Pop-Up Market.
The Mary Portas inspired market celebrates BBC Radio Lincolnshire broadcasting its entire Drive Time show from the market place as part of its Diamond Jubilee Celebrations.
Live broadcasting will be from 4pm to 7pm, with the the market starting at 3pm.
Members of the community took part in a big weep up yesterday to prepare for the market.
There will be 30 indie stalls selling slogan tees, hardy plants, wood carvings and cottage garden flowers, as well as knitters, sewers, bakers, lady gun slingers, artists, hair braiders, crocks, crafts, crepes, ice-cream, sausages, goats cheese and Lincoln red beef.
Afterwards there will be live music in The George pub in George Street with Martyn Gammidge and Tony of Mr Stiff, plus an outside bar and barbecue.