It's another busy weekend of things to do - here's all you need to know!

*HEAR The Sound of Springsteen at a concert tonight at Weymouth Pavilion. An eight-piece band celebrating the greatest hits of one of the biggest names in music will take to the stage from 7.30pm. Formed in 2017 out of a shared passion for the singer, The Sound of Springsteen will have you singing along and dancing down the aisles. Tickets cost £26.50 and are available from the pavilion website or by contacting the box office.

*HEAD down to DuckFest, the family music festival based at Hintock House Farm in Charminster, near Dorchester, which is taking place today and tomorrow. Enjoy free camping, stalls and refreshments along with performances by local musicians and some of the finest tribute bands, including Kings of Lyon. The event is organised by the Ducks & Drakes Cancer Trust, which works to raise awareness about bowel cancer in young people and supports patients and their families through the provision of specialist equipment and financial aid. The trust is also working to fund specialist nurses in the colorectal department at Dorset County Hospital. Day and weekend tickets to DuckFest are available to buy via eventbrite, with a family weekend ticket costing £80.

*MEET bestselling author Rosanna Ley as she visits Weymouth tomorrow between 11am and 1pm. Rosanna's romantic fiction has been published in over a dozen countries and the exotic locations give her books a tantalising twist. Her latest novel, The Lemon Tree Hotel, is set on the exotic Italian Riviera, with romance and mystery flourishing in a hotel which used to be a convent. Rosanna will be revealing how she crafts her novels and why she researches every location herself. Taking place at Weymouth Library on Great George Street, tickets cost £4.

*GET your dancing shoes ready and prepared to be transported to the golden era of music as Lipstick on Your Collar arrives at Weymouth Pavilion tomorrow night. As seen in London's West End, the show is packed with hits from the 1950s and 60s. Expect to hear music from the likes of Connie Francis, Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, The Beatles and Cliff Richard, all performed by a full live band and top vocalists. The show starts at 7.30pm and tickets cost £24, available from the pavilion website or by contacting the box office.

*TAKE part in Chesil's biggest event of the year at Dorset Wildlife Trust's mini wildlife festival. Wild About Chesil takes place on Sunday from 10am to 4pm and invites visitors to find out about the wonderful wildlife, rich history and fascinating geology of Chesil Beach. There will be live music and entertainment and an action-packed programme of wildlife themed activities for the whole family, including the Get Dorset Buzzing Roadshow. Admission to the event, which is based at The Fine Foundation Chesil Beach Centre on Portland, is free.

*REDLANDS Community Sports hub in Weymouth is hosting an Inflatable Theme Park from Friday, August 9 to Saturday, August 11.

The park will feature 10 large inflatables for children to enjoy. Mickey and Minnie Mouse will also attend and there will be free face painting. There will also be an area suitable for under 5s.

*CHECK out more than 100 MGs of all ages at the family-friendly annual MG Car Rally on Sunday, from 10am to 5pm. Taking place at Athelhampton House and Gardens near Dorchester, cars travel from all over the UK for this yearly gathering and are placed on the lawns of the estate for visitors to view. Showcasing your own vehicle costs £15, which covers the car and all occupants. No booking is required. Entertainment will include a duck race, a raffle and music by a jazz band. Normal admission prices to the gardens apply.

*LAUGH your heart out as Gary Delaney's Gagster's Paradise comes to Weymouth Pavilion on Sunday evening. A Mock the Week regular and recent star of the new Live at the Apollo series, Gary's shows are renowned in the business for a near unrivalled volume of high-class gags. He is back on the road this year after exceptional demand for his 2018 tour, and as one of Britain's leading one-liner comics, the show promises a night of top-quality entertainment. Starting at 7.30pm, all tickets are £19 and are available from the pavilion website or by contacting the box office.