Dog-owner festival Dogstival will celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee with a ‘Jubilee Tea Pawty’ this summer.
Dogs and their owners will be able to enjoy a traditional British afternoon tea experience at the event, which takes place on June 4-5 at Broadlands Park, Romsey, Hampshire.
As well as the tea party, the festival will feature stand-up comedy, live music, street performers and a funfair, plus an array of food and drink for pets and their owners and more than 140 independent stalls selling toys, treats and equipment.
The festival will also features talks, demonstrations and crowd interaction on a variety of topics such as the growth of raw dog food.
Dogs can enjoy themselves at an adventure playground, a 10m splash pool and a range of ‘scurries’ to run around.
Dogstival day tickets are priced £15 for adults and £9 for children aged 6-16yrs. Weekend tickets are priced from £13.50. The event will also raise funds for StreetVet and Pets As Therapy.