A fun fair with some of the most extreme rides available in the UK will be in operation alongside more sedate rides for children and families, throughout the weekend, while Saturday evening will see a host of bands perform on a professionally organised stage.

An AC/DC tribute band will open the evening's proceedings, followed by up-and-coming Welsh band, The Tuna Kings, who cover the likes of well known chart acts such as Jet, The White Stripes, The Arctic Monkeys and Maroon 5.

The mastermind behind Mallory Park's new track design, Justin Barclay, will also be playing as part of original rock act, The Maria Willson Band. The band have previously toured with chart-toppers, Busted and have recently performed at the Royal Albert Hall as well as being featured in 'OK' magazine.

The evening's entertainment will conclude with DJ Nigel Trego and MC Turbo spinning dance records.

Meanwhile, for the adults at the event, RHL Activities has commissioned leading gentleman's club chain, Spearmint Rhino, to provide entertainment during the Friday, Saturday and Sunday evening of the grand prix.

"The British Motocross Grand Prix is a family event," said RHL Activities director Gareth Hockey. "It's important that the entertainment is exciting both on and off the track, so we've made arrangements for many different activities to suit all ages."