Swindon's Meca will see the return of Worth the Weight Vintage's Kilo Clothing sale.
Members of the public are invited to join the vintage clothing sale at the Meca on Sunday 8 May.
Individuals can collect their items and weigh them when they have finished browsing, in order to get their total.
The sale will run from 10am - 4pm.
Tickets are priced from £2 per person and can be found online at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/swindon-vintage-kilo-sale-tickets-315036260937?aff=ebdssbdestsearch
Attendees can also choose the early bird option for £3 which will ensure them earlier entry at 10am and 11am. General admission will open at 12pm.
General admission price is £2, with under 12-year-olds going free.
A spokesperson from Worth the Weight Vintage said: "We're coming your way with the biggest vintage sale you've ever seen! Grab a bag on your way in and pick & mix your vintage clothing, all for £20 a kilo! Grab a biodegradable bag on entry and fill to your hearts content."
Staff at Worth the Weight say their stock is replenished all day so the rails will remain full, regardless of what time the public choose to attend the sale.
There’s no minimum or maximum spend at our events so individuals can pick as little or as much as they want.
Heavier items like coats are capped at £20. Staff at Worth the Weight are also reminding members of the public that if they find any item weighing one kilo or more, they will only pay a maximum of £20 for that item.
The organisation's spokesperson continued: "Please point out heavy items at the till to redeem your discount or goods will be weighed at £20 per kilo."
Cash and card payments will be accepted on the day.
The Worth the Weight team say they are always looking for on-day event staff and stewards, and that those interested in joining the team can email them via firstname.lastname@example.org
Members of the public can follow Worth the Weight on Instagram and Facebook @worththeweightvintage