Leading casual clothing brand, Weird Fish, is set for a jam-packed holiday season, travelling the country with its Weird and Wonderful Tour to display the latest range of men’s and women’s clothing.

Items from the spring and summer range will be available to buy, along with exclusive show offers and promotions.

To celebrate its Weird and Wonderful Tour, Weird Fish has designed a new T-shirt, designed by artist, Richard Skipworth. The T-shirt launches in May and is available for £20, showcasing all the events the clothing brand will be visiting.

John Stockton, managing director at Weird Fish, said: “We’re really excited to get out and about even more this year at loads of fantastic events. To mark this momentous summer, we’re delighted to launch a special edition Weird and Wonderful Tour T-shirt.”

Kicking off the summer season in style, Weird Fish will visit the Poole Harbour Boat Show in Dorset (19-21 May) which is set to showcase tall ships and waterborne activities.

The next stop is the Bath and West Show (31 May-3 June), aimed at agricultural enthusiasts, taking place in Somerset. In June, the clothing brand will be exhibiting at the Royal Cornwall Show (8-10 June), displaying some of the best craftsmanship in the West Country.

The Pommery Dorset Seafood Festival returns to Weymouth Harbour (8-9 July) and Weird Fish is on board for the seventh year running as event sponsor. The festival attracts thousands of visitors, bringing together fresh seafood, champagne and family entertainment.

The clothing brand will then fly into the Royal International Air Tattoo, Gloucestershire’s military air show (14-16 July), before heading over to Wales for the Royal Welsh Show (24-27 July).

At the end of July, Weird Fish returns to Cheshire for Carfest North (28-30 July). As the brainchild of Chris Evans, this festival is a combination of cars and live music. Confirmed artists include Manic Street Preachers and Melanie C.

Over the height of the summer, Weird Fish will be exhibiting at BBC Countryfile Live (3-6 August) and Bristol Balloon Fiesta (10-13 August), Europe’s largest ballooning event. Next, over the August Bank Holiday Weekend (31 August-3 September), Weird Fish returns to Bournemouth for the Air Show, before heading over to Hampshire to join the Carfest South exhibitors (25-27 August).

The Weird and Wonderful Tour 2017 will pitch up at its final event at the NEC Birmingham, for the Motorhome and Caravan Show (17-22 October), parading the latest caravans, motorhomes and holiday homes.

The Weird and Wonderful Tour T-shirt will be available nationwide from Weird Fish’s 13 retail stores or online. For more information about the Weird and Wonderful Tour 2017, visit Weirdfish.co.uk/about-us/events