From an evening with a football legend to one of the biggest food and drink festivals, here are seven major Suffolk events in June. 

1. Neil Warnock - Are You With Me?

East Anglian Daily Times: Neil Warnock is coming to IpswichNeil Warnock is coming to Ipswich (Image: PA)

When: Friday, June 7

Where: Ipswich Regent Theatre, St Helen's Street, Ipswich, IP4 1HE

Cost: £35.75

One of the biggest names in British football will be sharing stories, experiences and run-ins during his time in the sport. 

Neil Warnock had to reschedule the Ipswich show after taking the managerial job at Huddersfield Town last season.

2. Pete Tong's Ibiza Classics 

East Anglian Daily Times: The DJ is performing after the racesThe DJ is performing after the races (Image: PA)

When: Friday, June 21

Where: Newmarket July Course, Newmarket, CB8 0XE

Cost: From £39.20

Pete Tong is kicking off this year's Newmarket Nights with his Ibiza Classics after the races. 

Expect popular club tracks reimagined by the 65-piece Essential Orchestra coupled with incredible visual effects and the latest in music technology.

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3. Open Day for National Garden Scheme 

East Anglian Daily Times: Helmingham Hall GardensHelmingham Hall Gardens (Image: Newsquest)When: Friday, June 7

Where: Helmingham Hall, Helmingham Estate, Stowmarket, IP14 6EF

Cost: £8 for adults, £4 for children

The gardens at Helmingham Hall will be open for an extra day as part of the National Garden scheme to raise money for charities.

Usually closed on a Friday, the estate gardens were influenced by designer Xa Tollemache.

4. Ipswich Artisan & Producers Market

East Anglian Daily Times: Stalls will fill Ipswich CornhillStalls will fill Ipswich Cornhill (Image: Suffolk Market Events)When: Sunday, June 30

Where: Ipswich Cornhill, Ipswich, IP1 1DH

Cost: Free

25 stalls will be taking over The Cornhill with a mix of local artisan food as well as some arts and crafts. 

Some of the vendors who will be at the market include Little Pig Bakery, Smokey Deez Pizza and fresh kombucha from Scobys.

5. Bury Folk Festival

East Anglian Daily Times: The festival first ran in 2015The festival first ran in 2015 (Image: Bury Folk Festival)When: Saturday, June 29

Where: Nowton Park Country Park, Bury Road, Bury St Edmunds, IP29 5LU

Cost: £22.50 for adults, £7.50 for children

The one-day music festival has three stages showcasing local talent in folk music. 

Reg Meuross and up-and-coming folk-punk artist Fraser Morgan are headlining this years events with Isle 'Ave a Shanty returning to the park.

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6. Taste of East Anglia Food and Drink Festival

East Anglian Daily Times: Local and award-winning chefs will be featured at the eventLocal and award-winning chefs will be featured at the event (Image: Suffolk Market Events)When: Saturday, June 15

Where: Kentwell Hall, High Street, Long Melford, Sudbury, CO10 9BA

Cost: £6 for adults, free for children

The Taste of East Anglia is one of the most popular food and drink festivals with more than 70 stalls at Kentwell Hall.

This year's line up includes Freddie Fallon from the Bildeston Crown making his debut and James Carn from Lark.

7. Kipps the Musical

East Anglian Daily Times: The Lowestoft Players are proud to present Kipps the MusicalThe Lowestoft Players are proud to present Kipps the Musical (Image: Rhiane Terry Photography)

When: Friday, June 7 to Saturday, June 15

Where: Players Theatre, Battery Green Road, Lowestoft, NR32 1DE

Cost: From £13

When Arthur Kipps is unexpectedly propelled into high society, will he listen to childhood companion Ann Pornick or the classy Helen Walsingham?

Kipps the Musical is a reinvented version of the original, packed full of toe-taping tunes including Flash, Bang, Wallop! and Half a Sixpence.