THE full line-up for this year’s Bournemouth Air Festival Night Air has been revealed.

With three nights of music, the Bournemouth music stage at Pier Approach promises something for everyone with entertainment from 8pm.

The fun kicks off on Thursday, August 31 with south coast party band Rooster. At the same time, there will also be a free concert by the HM RM Band Collingwood in the Lower Gardens bandstand from 8pm.

On Friday, September 1, local talent Sam Merrick will be performing jazz favourites with the Nick Ross Orchestra from Michael Bublé to Bobby Darin.

Then on Saturday, September 2, dig out your flares and sequined headband as Stevie Wonder tribute band, Wonderband, will be performing disco classics from the likes of Chic and Earth Wind & Fire.

But the music doesn’t stop there. The new Fringe Music Stages near Boscombe Pier will see even more free entertainment courtesy of Ed Sheeran Experience Tribute Act on the Thursday, Rio Carnival on Friday and on Saturday, Thailand comes to Bournemouth with the Koh Pha Ngan Full Moon Party. 

Entry costs £5 per person (pre-booked tickets) or £10 on the door,.

The event will be hosted by Wave 105’s Simon Clarke on the Thursday, then on the Friday and Saturday evening, Steve Power will be taking the reins.

New event A Very Vintage Sunday makes its debut at East Overcliff on September 3 with music from Miss Annie, Junco Shakers and Scarlet Swing from 10am.

As well as three nights of dusk displays, including the first ever evening display from the Red Arrows on the Thursday at 6pm, there will also be family entertainment in the Lower Gardens each night including Punch and Judy, circus skill, and a fire performance.

To top it off, there will be fireworks on the Saturday night at 10pm with simultaneous displays from Boscombe and Bournemouth Piers.