THE world's largest travelling concert organ is returning for the 30th Stoke Prior Steam Rally, alongside more than 100 vintage and classic cars.

The 118-key 'Victory' can play tunes from the oldest classics to modern pop, and will be entertaining steam rally guests on September 15 and 16, alongside the smaller 73-key organ 'The Locomotion' and video clips from war-time films and the latest blockbusters.

This year's event, which is taking place at the Little Intall Fields in Stoke Pound Lane, will also see living history displays, an exhibit of authentic Indian artefacts from the United States, and traditional dance performances.

Steam traction, agricultural and showman's engines will be on display, as well as steam rollers and a selection of miniature vehicles.

Other exhibitions include more than 100 vintage and classic cars, commercial vehicles, Land Rovers, motorbikes, military vehicles and tractors.

There will also a variety of organs, from hand-turned to fairground.

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Arena events will take place throughout Saturday and Sunday, with various vehicle parades and displays including Simon Bishop's Ferretworld and Ferret Road Show, with opportunities for children to race against the ferrets in special tubes.

Andrew Charlton will bring his Berkley Owls Display to the rally, and The Fun Dog Show will feature a variety of classes starting from 2pm on both days.

The beer tent will see performances from Dr Busker on Saturday evening, and from Halesowen Brass Band on Sunday from 2pm.

Guests can enjoy market stalls, a fair and refreshments.

This year's rally will be supporting the Royal National Lifeboat Institute, Midlands Animal Rescue Team and the Stoke Prior Tower Appeal.

The event will open from 10am. Admission costs £8 for adults, £7 for seniors £3 for children or £16 for a family-of-four. Car parking is free.

For more information contact Keith Shakespeare on 07808 173400 or visit