Light shows, live music, sing-along Frozen and a set by DJ Yoda — the 2014 Festival of Light is not to be missed.
Crowds will flock to St George's Square on Saturday November 29 for a bumper schedule of entertainment, from 2pm-9pm.
Click below for a taste of what's in store
If you're heading into Huddersfield to enjoy the festivities, it's worth deciding where you're going to park, so you don't miss any of the action because you're searching for a space!
Here's where you can park for this year's festival:
Spring Wood Car Park Spring Wood Street, Huddersfield, HD1 4BE
This 24-hour car park has 377 spaces, and costs £2.50 for up to five hours, or £4 for all day parking. It's around a 10 minute walk to St George's Square from the car park, and you can pay with your mobile phone.
Market Hall Car Park Alfred Street, Huddersfield, HD1 2UJ
Market Hall is also open 24 hours a day, and offers 588 parking spaces. Parking costs 90p per hour - with a charge of £9 for more than six hours. After 6pm parking costs just £1, which could be handy if you're only coming into town for the Festival's evening entertainment. It's a nine minute walk to St George's Square from the car park, and you can pay for parking via your mobile.
Bus Station Car Park Upperhead Row/Bus Station, Huddersfield, HD1 2JN
The car park will remain open until 11pm on the day of the Festival of Light, Saturday November 29. There's 450 spaces across six levels in the multi-storey, which is an eight minute walk from St George's Square. On levels one, two and three parking costs 80p per hour or £2 for three hours, while on level four, five and six it costs £2.50 for up to five hours, or £4 for all day parking. You can pay via your mobile.
A number of roads will be closed in the town centre on the day of the festival — make sure you plan your route around them. Click here to see which roads are affected.
Access to Huddersfield Train Station car park and the pick up/drop of points will be unavailable between 9am-midnight on November 29.
A temporary drop off point will be available on the junction of John William Street and Brook Street.