THE world's largest travelling concert organ will be paying a visit to Bromsgrove this month for the annual Stoke Prior Steam Rally.

The 118-key organ 'Victory' will be playing popular tunes - from timeless classics to modern pop - in Little Intall Fields off Stoke Pound Lane on September 16 and 17.

A pop-up American West village will be displaying authentic Indian artefacts sent over from the United States, while expert performers will be demonstrating traditional and modern Indian dance forms.

There will be a variety of steam traction engines on show, including showman's and agricultural styles, alongside steam rollers and miniature vehicles.

Exhibitions will feature more than 100 vintage and classic cars, military vehicles and model collections.

Arena events are set to take place throughout the weekend, with various parades, and displays from the likes of Ferret World Road Show and the Fun Dog Show.

Visitors can also browse the usual market stalls, fair, beer tent and refreshment sales.

Admission to the event, which runs from 10am daily, costs £8 for adults, £7 for seniors or £3 for children. Car parking is free.

For more information contact rally organiser Keith Shakespeare on 01527 575 003 or visit