It’s not really Christmas in Preston until the Lancashire Hotpots have arrived.
The faux-folk fivepiece return to 53 Degrees this Saturday for their now-traditional final gig of the year, their Christmas extravaganza at the Brook Street venue.
And, especially for Lancashire Evening Post readers, they have filmed a version of their first ever tune, Christmas in Lancashire.
In the last seven years, The Hotpots have gone from being discovered by Radio One DJ Colin Murray to playing Glastonbury Festival to writing jingles for Hollands Pies and even having their own real ale named after them.
Support at this 16 plus show is from Biscuithead and the Biscuit Badgers.
Tickets are £12 plus booking fee for this festive feast of Chippy Teas, congas, puppets and pirates.
Watch Lancashire Hotpots Sing A Song For Christmas here