Every August Long Marston Airfield is taken over for a weekend by thousands of Bikers for the Bulldog Bash, a huge festival of music and motorbikes.
There are literally thousands of motorbikes of all shapes and sizes on show, you can even race them down the drag strip on Run What You Brung.
As well as the bikes there is music from top name bands and other attractions like mud wrestling and wet t-shirt competitions.
Once a year in July Long Marston Airfield plays host to Gods Kitchens' Global Gathering, a massive dance music event from 4pm on the Saturday evening until 7am on the Sunday morning. There are several giant marquees playing different genres of dance music with the countries best djs.
As well as the music there is a fairground with extreme rides,giant inflatables, several bars and concessions stands.
The whole event is generally well run and policed, the only problems I encountered was queues for and the cleanliness of the toilets.
Dress Code: Anything you want, in fact the more flamboyant the better. People wear the latest in clubbing wear which generally involves loads of fluroescant clothing and fur boots.
Long Marston Airfield is open every Sunday to a large outdoor market.
What to buy: You can buy almost anything here from meat to trainers, car parts to cd`s, at knock down prices.
What to pay: As little as possible, as it is a market you can try and haggle the prices down to get even more of a bargain.