The four-day event will run Thursday August 6 to Sunday August 9, promising a wealth of food and drink stalls, local suppliers, chef demonstrations and live entertainment.
Details about the delicacies visitors can enjoy and the acts booked for Friday and Saturday's Festival of Dusk are due in the coming weeks.
But the Huddersfield Food and Drink Partnership has confirmed there will be more than 100 fantastic stalls, with Crispy Duck, Riverford Organic Farm and Empire Brewery confirmed for Food Avenue, in Bryam St and St Peter's Street.
Jerk pork pies from Barringtons Deli will be on sale, as well as curries from Kabana and unusual meats at Exotic Burgers.
The Ministry of Chocolate will also return in 2015, as well as the popular popular children's workshops and entertainment, including crafts and face painting.
This year cookery demonstrations will be held in association with Jamie Oliver's Ministry of Food, and the Real Ale and Cocktail Trail will return July 18-August 9, as well as a Taste Trail on August 1.
Check out our gallery from last year's festival, and the video above, for a taste of what's to come!