If you've ever dreamed of sipping on gin for two days in the sun at a historic castle, this is just for you.
Tonbridge Castle will be hosting the weekend-long Kent Gin Fest on Saturday, July 23 and Sunday, July 24.
It will feature live music from the ex-lead singer of The Drifters, Ray Lewis, and an Abba tribute act.
There will also be three unique gin zones - one covering local distillers, one showcasing Gins of the World, and the Best of the Rest zone with drinks from around the UK.
Customers will also be able to taste a range of locally sourced hot and cold food from the county.
Organiser David Hill, chief executive of E3 Events, said: "We can't wait to put on this spectacular two-day event.
"Tonbridge Castle is the most amazing venue. It has everything and really is the perfect back-drop for a gin festival.
"We have been blown away by the amount of public interest in this festival, and this will only increase as we get nearer to the weekend itself.
"Our message is simple - secure your tickets as soon as you can."
Jonomade Gin, a family-run business based in Sevenoaks and The Rum Company, situated in Tunbridge Wells, are some among many others from around the south-east which will be on display.
David added: "Kent produce is at the heart of this unique festival but we will also be showcasing gins of the world with international culinary options to complement them.
"Our Best of the Rest zone will feature small-batch guest gins from neighbouring counties.
"There will also be craft beers on site and some local fizz for you to try.
"When you need cooling down under the July sunshine, you can even head for the Pimms bar.
"We will celebrate the extraordinary craftmanship of independent, Kent, British and worldwide gin distillers at this unique summer event."
Early bird tickets for the event can be purchased here.