Eastbourne Feastival brings together people from all over the globe mixing culture, food and music on the seafront at Princes Park.
Ethnic dance groups, street artists, international and local music, plus a hotdog chilli challenge, are just some of the events on the main stage over the weekend.
The chilli hotdog competition is free to enter with the chance to win £200 and become the first Eastbourne chilli hotdog champion.
First 15 entries on the day will take part on Sunday, June 28.
Competitors taking part in the challenge will be required to sign a legal disclaimer before the beginning of the event.
International and local vendors will be selling a variety of food and drink from all over the world. Spanish, Thai, Chinese, Japanese, French, American, Mexican, Italian, English, Eastern European, Greek, African, Portuguese and Turkish cuisine will all be available.
The event will be supporting Taylor-Made Dreams, a charity for children with life limiting illness.
It provides therapeutic support for families during their difficult journey and help leave precious memories when time together is too short.
The event takes place across two days on June 27 and 28. It starts at 11am on each day and goes on in to the evening until 10pm.
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