On Southampton Common... 

It's the fabulous festival that fashion forgot and it's returning to Southampton Common this weekend.

Expect neon colours, 80s fancy dress and revellers as far as the eye can see as retro event Let's Rock, a city institution and hotly anticipated diary on the calendar each July, returns on Saturday (July 6).

The Human League, once described by big fan David Bowie as 'the future of music' will headline the event, one of seven in a series taking place across the UK this summer.

Retro music lovers will also have the chance to see jazz funk band Level 42, who hail from the Isle of Wight, Peter Hook & The Light, From The Jam, eXTC, Jason Donovan, Kim Appleby, Altered Images, China Crisis, Dr & The Medics, Harriet Scott vs Pat Sharp DJ Battle and more take to the stage between midday and around 10pm.

Tickets are still available.

At Crosshouse Road Car Park...

(Image: Newsquest)

A popular street food festival on the edge of the water is returning for a second year.

Hundreds of people were wowed by the aptly named Summer Feastival last year - and they can get a second bite of the action from Friday to Sunday. 

The food and drink festival will take over Crosshouse Road car park in Southampton for the three days. 

Visitors can explore ‘The Greatest Food on Earth’ offered by some of the ‘most inspiring’ chefs in the region.

Guests can also try food from those as travelling from far and wide to get the city’s taste buds salivating.

A disco area will feature DJs from in and around Southampton, playing music.

At Hoglands Park..

Want to feel like you're in Thailand for the weekend?

Southampton Thai Festival! It's an annual family-friendly culture festival involving delicious Thai food, incredible Thai Dancing, Thai boxing and so much more.

Whether you're looking for an event to kickback in the sun with a Thai beer or somewhere  for the kids to enjoy a fun fair, you'll find it in Hoglands Park on Saturday and Sunday. 

At St Mary's Stadium...

(Image: Southampton FC)

England's next Euro 2024 game is once again set to be shown on big screens at St Mary's.

The home of Southampton Football Club will be showcasing the Three Lions' Euros campaign with two "massive screens" and next up is in-form Switzerland in Dusseldorf on Saturday at 5pm. 

Having topped Group C, England came from behind to knock out Slovakia in the round of 16 thanks to Jude Bellingham’s last-gasp equaliser and Harry Kane’s extra-time winner. 

Switzerland are one of the tournament’s form sides, having knocked out Italy, the defending champions, last weekend. 

At Mayflower Theatre...

(Image: Mayflower Theatre)

Critically acclaimed musical parody Unfortunate: The Untold Story of Ursula the Sea Witch is set to captivate audiences in Southampton this weekend.

With an original hot pop soundtrack and trademark filthy humour, the show follows Disney Diva Ursula as she gives her take on what really happened all those years ago under the sea.

Unfortunate tours off the back of a phenomenal 10-week London run, with rave reviews and six Off West End Theatre Award nominations – one of the highest for any show in the past year.

Audiences can catch Unfortunate at Mayflower Theatre on Saturday and Sunday, starring Shawna Hamic of Orange is the New Black fame.