Gloucester will celebrate the anniversary of the lifting of a 27-day city siege in the Civil War with a re-enactment on Sunday.
Parliamentarian Gloucester held out, with just 1,500 soldiers and 4,000 citizens, against 35,000 of King Charles' soldiers in 1643.
The siege was lifted on 5 September, which the city council marks annually with Gloucester Day.
A camp, showing what life was like, will be set up at Llanthony Priory.
There will be displays of cooking, weaving and musketry.