Published: 10:27, 10 July 2019
| Updated: 10:28, 10 July 2019
The Castle Concerts will kick off today with a DJ set from Rudimental and Example.
It will be a four day musicathon, with different themed genres hitting the stage in Rochester Castle Gardens, in Castle Hill, Rochester.
There are still a few tickets up for grabs and there will be a chance to buy them on the door.
People wanting to go to Craig David tomorrrow, Rudimental tonight and the Soul Party on Friday, will be pleased to know there are still tickets available.
A large number of Jess Glynne ticket holders chose to transfer their tickets to Craig David after she pulled out due to ill health.
There have also been transfers to one of the other three concerts.
Jess ticketholders can still transfer their passes to another night, subject to availability.
Those who fancy a night at the Proms on Saturday need to get their skates on as there is a limited number of tickets remaining.
Medway Council’s Portfolio Holder for Community Services, Cllr Howard Doe, said: “We are excited that the Castle Concerts are now here and we are looking forward to welcoming thousands of residents and visitors to Rochester.
“There are still tickets available, including tickets to see Craig David which went on sale last week.
"Don’t miss out on a series of fantastic evenings in the spectacular castle grounds.”
If you want to buy a ticket you can online, from the Brook and Central Theatres in Chatham or the Visitor Information Centre, in Rochester.
However, from 11am on the day of the concert you will no longer be able to get tickets from those locations.
Instead fans can buy tickets from the Box Office, outside the castle ground from 2.30pm.
The Box Office will accept cash only.