HUDDERSFIELD'S Timeless Music Festival will return to town this Saturday, September 11.
The festival, at Ravensknowle Park in Moldgreen, will host both internationally-known bands and emerging local talent.
Well-known bands will perform on the main stage from noon, starting with Philosophie DJs and DJ Berts.
Huddersfield ska group Mr Shiraz will take the stage at 1pm, before hip-hop outfit Practical Headz perform at 1.45pm.
At 2.35pm there will be tunes from Iration Steppas and at 3.45pm hip-hop artists Jehst and Asaviour will perform, accompanied by teenage London star DJ IQ.
Jehst grew up in Huddersfield, where he met Asaviour, who was born in the town. Both are now making waves on the hip-hop scene in London.
At 5pm, Fat City Recordings Soundsystem will play and at 6.30pm, Snowboy and The Latin Section will perform.
At 8pm, headliners The Lo Fidelity Allstars will round off the festival with dance/rock crossover tunes.
Local band Pinstripe will play on the clock tower stage at noon, as will DJ Second Class Citizen.
At 12.45pm, Tug Ether will perform followed by Huddersfield indie outfit Serotonin at 1.40pm.
At 2.35pm, AWOL will play. Opus One take the stage at 3.15pm, Scaramanga Six at 4.10pm and Estoban at 5.05pm.
At 6pm, French electro-rockers WorMachine, from Huddersfield's twin town, Bensancon, perform.
At 7.15pm Celt Islam Soundsystem take the stage and at 7.45pm headline band Fenducci will play.
Huddersfield's HD1 Studios has helped arrange the bands for the clock tower stage this year.
The Timeless Festival is organised by Pat Fulgoni and funded by Huddersfield Pride. Entry is free.
This year is the third festival and will provide the launchpad for a new compilation album, Sounds From A Big Town.