This from inverclydenow.com:
"A DAY of entertainment has been lined up for the QE2’s 40th birthday visit to Inverclyde later this month.
The classic liner comes to Greenock on Thursday 20 September, berthing at the Ocean Terminal around 7am and leaving about 6pm.
At 12.15pm, the Red Arrows will do an aerial display to mark 40 years since the ship was launched at Clydebank.
There will be various attractions on the Esplanade from 11am including a climbing wall, cookery demonstrations, face painters, vintage fire engines, local trader stalls and an artists' workshop
Music will be provided by a samba band from noon, James Watt College music students from 2pm, Inverclyde Juvenile Pipe Band from 3.30pm, Inverclyde Schools' Concert Band from 4pm and the Band of HM Royal Marines Scotland at 5.30pm."