Open air tribute concerts to some of music's biggest acts are to be hosted at the Tank Museum this July.

The tribute concerts will be presented by MRC Presents and will take place at the Tank Museum's outdoor events area for three nights from Friday, July 22 to Sunday, July 24.

The concerts will feature tributes to Abba, Queen and ELO, each on a different night, starting at 8pm.

On Friday, Waterloo - The Best of Abba will take the stage, followed by Queen Rhapsody on Saturday and ELO Again on Sunday.

Dorset Echo: Queen Rhapsody. Picture: MRC Presents

Chris Jenkins, Director of MRC Presents, said: “We’re delighted to be bringing our brand-new Open Air Concerts concept to such an iconic Dorset venue.

"Each show celebrates a legendary music act with a broad appeal across the three nights.

“Early sales have been encouraging and we look forward to delivering three fantastic nights of outdoor entertainment as we bring these theatre-quality productions to a very different setting.

"We hope to see you there.”

Dorset Echo: ELO Again. Picture: MRC Presents

Tickets cost £30 per person (per concert) and are available to book via:

Gates open at 6pm each evening with food and drink available to purchase on-site and the concerts all starting at approximately 8pm.

On-site parking is free for ticket holders.