UP and coming bands have won the chance to play at Huddersfield's biggest summer events.
The Voltaires will play at Timeless Festival in September.
Pigzipper will play Lark In The Park, as will They Made Me Do It.
All were chosen last night as the winners of a Battle of the Bands competition at Revolution bar on Cross Church Street.
The battle, organised by the Timeless Music Project on behalf of Kirklees Culture and Leisure Services, featured several local bands.
All were competing for the chance to play before thousands of people at Lark In The Park in Greenhead Park on August 13 and 14 and at the Timeless Festival in Ravensknowle Park in September.
Pigzipper will open the show at Lark In The Park on August 13 at 2pm.
The free event will feature five other live bands .
At 5.15pm, Instant Species will take to the stage with their edgy, energetic alternative pop.
The Huddersfield group released their latest album Plan E last year and are plotting a single and new album for late 2005/early 2006.
Calderdale indie group Serotonin will take the stage at 7pm.
They recently supported Million Dead for three dates of the group's UK tour, which gained them many new fans.
On August 14, DJ Second Class Citizen open the show with his sample-based music wizardry.
He has just released his debut EP, Divided Reality, and has worked with the Timeless Music Project to get his work licensed for distribution in Japan.
These will include Huddersfield rock act Pin Pim, starting their hour-long set at 4pm.
The band was formed by two original members of well-known Huddersfield band Lubby Nugget - vocalist and guitarist Kerry Hughes and drummer Darren Haigh.
They have been joined by bass guitarist Tim Finch to form Pin Pim.
From 6pm, hip-hop crew Homecut Directive will take to the stage.
The six-man group have supported acts such as Fingathing and The Lightning Seeds and are planning release a single in autumn.
Headlining the August 14 event will be Baghdaddies, who mix blistering Balkans brass harmonies with dance floor grooves, jazz, calypso and punk.
They have had a warm welcome at festivals all over Europe, including Glastonbury.
They will be on stage from 8pm.
The Baghdaddies' set will end in spectacular fireworks.
As well as musical entertainment, Lark In The Park will offer children's rides, stalls and the Huddersfield Flower and Vegetable Show, which will be open from 1.30pm to 6pm on August 13 and from 10am to 4.45pm on August 14.
For the first time, the event will also feature The Yorkshire Games which will give families the chance to try a range of competitions.
Entry is free.