Published: 06:00, 23 September 2020
| Updated: 10:26, 25 September 2020
You can spend the weekend rocking out in a socially-distanced festival fashion.
Top tribute acts are on the line-up for live music outdoors at festival nights in Maidstone 's Mote Park.
Rock the Mote and Revival in the Park will be held at the park with safety measures.
The weekend starts on Friday, September 25 with Rock the Mote, featuring tribute acts UK Queen, the Absolute Stone Roses and the Red Hot Chili Peppers Experience.
Most pods are now sold out, but there are still some tickets left for the socially-distanced evening, which runs from 5pm to 10pm, with no age restrictions.
The following day acts including Baby D, Fabio and Grooverider and 2 Bad Mice will be part of the line-up for Revival in the Park, which will be on Saturday, September 26.
It has been reorganised and given the Good to Go stamp of approval by Visit England in line with government restrictions.
Revellers will be in marked out “pods” to allow for social distancing, which come with their own pub bench.
Food and drink can be ordered and paid for through an app, with waiter service to your pod, which you can also leave for toilet breaks should you need to.
The park was also the venue for a three-day socially-distant festival over the August bank holiday weekend.