The Rural and Seaside Show brings traditional fun to the seafront when it returns to Castle Field over the bank holiday weekend, Saturday 29 April to Monday 1 May.
The free family-friendly event, held from 10am to 5pm each day, is now in its fifth year.
Attractions include: sheepdog displays, dog agility demos, the Portsmouth Warriors Cheerleaders, hula-hooping, village olympics, barrel racing, heavy horses, ferret racing, children’s crafts, owls, donkey rides, show-jumping and punch and judy shows.
The pop-up D-Day museum will be there too, along with Love Southsea Market and plenty of stalls. A dog show will be running for all three days.
Heather Todd, assistant events manager for Portsmouth City Council said: "The Rural and Seaside show is a fantastic free event, which celebrates the city's traditional seaside roots. We've had a great response since we started running this show and I am delighted that we have so many new activities this year. People seem to love the countryside feel by the seaside."