The first live music event will be held at Banksy's Dismaland exhibition in Weston-super-Mare tonight.
Peanut Butter Wolf, DJ Yoda and Breakbeat Lou will be performing while visitors see the work of more than 50 artists at the former Tropicana site on the seafront.
There will be music or comedy every Friday night during the five week exhibition at the Bristol artist's so-called Bemusement Park.
Hollywood superstar - and avowed Banksy fan - Brad Pitt has reportedly been offered a private viewing of the artist's new exhibition Dismaland.
The Daily Mirror is reporting that the Inglourious Basterds actor has jumped at the chance to see the "bemusement park" away from the public spotlight one morning next week, over fears he would cheer up the guests at the 'Dismal' exhibition.
"'Brad has followed Banksy's work for years now and really loves his ideology, so he is making special arrangements to ensure he can get down to the park.
"Brad would bring a bit too much glamour to what’s meant to be a thoroughly depressing visit, so Banksy granted him special permission to visit before it opens.
"Obviously such a high profile celebrity would get mobbed in Weston-super-Mare if he travelled down and queued with the public.
"The first tickets allow entry at 11am, so Brad will have the run of Dismaland in the morning before then during his visit next week."
“He’s not planning to take Angelina and the kids.”
Brad would be the latest A-lister to see Dismaland, after School of Rock star Jack Black and About a Boy actor Nicholas Hoult, who were in Weston last week.
Bristol artist Banksy has produced the definitive advert for his Dismaland theme park in Weston-super-Mare.
It has his usual tongue-in-cheek approach - we'll leave you to judge for yourself.
The video comes courtesy Banksy.co.uk, copyright Pest Control Office
After days in which the ticket website for Banksy's Dismaland was down, online sales started working again just before 2pm today.
And sold out in just one hour.
Daytime entry to Dismaland is 11am or 2pm, with the park closing at 6pm, and evening tickets allow entry from 7pm, until the park closes at 11pm.
A fresh batch of tickets will be made available each day via Dismaland’s website, with tickets available up to seven days in advance.
Here are some of the lucky ones who got tickets to the "Bemusement Park"
Tickets for Banksy's Dismaland exhibition in Weston-super-Mare have gone live online after over an hour of crashing caused by overwhelming demand.
The tickets tab on the site is now selling tickets for the next 7 days. Earlier frustrated fans were convinced that the tickets were a hoax - a deliberate part of the show's 'Dismal' experience.
Banksy fans are still frustrated - despite promises that Dismaland tickets would go back on sale at 12pm, the website is crashing, and when you can get to it there are no links to tickets.
Representatives of the elusive artist say it's the size of the demand - and that tickets will be back "imminently". Fans on Twitter are wondering whether they've been had...
@itvwestcountry Supposed to be available 12 noon today I think someone is having a joke. as no link on the website.
A generous Weston resident wants to make life easier for the hundreds queueing for Banksy's Dismaland, or those thinking about it.Read the full story ›
Banksy's Dismaland website should be back up and running from midday today after unprecedented demand for tickets led to it crashing last week.
Despite the downpours, thousands of people again spent the day queueing yesterday to get into the exhibition at the Tropicana in Weston-super-Mare.
One newlywed couple even cancelled their honeymoon to go to it. Will you be buying tickets online? We want your views, and your pictures. You can send them to email@example.com or post on our Facebook page.
The damp weather and long queues haven't put one couple off - they cancelled their honeymoon to Cuba to make sure they were first in line for the Weston-super-Mare theme park.
George Watts, from Weston, who blogs as The Wedding Fairy, bumped into them at the so-called bemusement park and took a few photos of Dismaland's first wedding event.
Newly-wed Rachelle told ITV News that, when they heard about Dismaland, they had to act.
Despite the downpours, thousands of people have again spent the day queueing to get into the Banksy exhibition at the Tropicana in Weston-super-Mare.
Businesses in the town say it's having a massive impact on trade with a huge surge in interest from international visitors.
Warning: Bob Cruwys' report contains flashing images