Published: 11:00, 09 April 2019
| Updated: 11:44, 09 April 2019
With Vaisakhi fast approaching, thousands are gearing up to for the huge Sikh festival.
On Saturday, the Nagar Kirtan - or procession - will fill Gravesend with colour, before more festivities at the Gurdwara.
However, with rolling road closures in place throughout the day, it's useful to know when and where it will be happening.
Celebrations start at 12pm outside the Guru Nanak Darbar Gurdwara in Guru Nanak Marg, off Saddington Street.
The procession will then move through the town centre, before passing the Ravidas Gurdwara in Brandon Street.
Next, it will reach Clarence Place, travelling past the old Gurdwara site and down Wellington Street, before returning to the new Gurdwara at about 2.30pm.
Everyone is welcome to join in or watch, and road closures will be kept to a minimum, implemented by traffic marshalls.
Leading the Nagar Kirtan will be the Panj Pyare - the five beloved ones - and flag-bearers.
They will be followed by the Guru Granth Sahib - the Sikh holy scriptures - on a special model of the Darbar Sahib, or Golden Temple.
Behind them will be the Sangat - or congregation - either on foot or on community floats.
After this, at 2.30pm, there will be a Dharmic Mela - or religious festival - in the grounds of the Gurdwara.
It will feature singing, music, a funfair and many stalls, representing official agencies, charities and businesses.
Again, everyone is welcome to join the celebrations, which are expected to finish at around 6.30pm.