Huddersfield Food and Drink Festival is back for its 16th year — and we’ve got all the information you need.

The four-day event will see St George’s Square, Huddersfield, filled with a myriad of mouth-watering smells and tempting displays from more than 90 stalls offering food, drinks, desserts and more.

There’s also live music every evening, lots of fun for little ones in the Kid’s Zone and you can learn a thing or two from professional chefs in the Demo Kitchen — including a former Great British Bake Off finalist.

More than 100,000 people packed the square last year to enjoy tasty grub and al fresco pint (or cocktail) — will you be joining the foodie fun this weekend?

Here’s everything you need to know:

When is the festival?

This year’s festival runs Thursday August 4 to Sunday August 7.

What’s on the menu?

Make sure you don’t eat beforehand! There’s cuisines from around the world, including Indian, Mexican, Thai, Malaysian, Greek and French. Fancy something more traditional? There’s Yorkshire pies and pasties, burgers, hot dogs and fish and chips. And leave room for dessert — there will be artisan ice cream, doughnuts, crepes, cupcakes and more.

There’s plenty to wash it all down with too, from real ales to cocktails, fresh lemonade, slush drinks and prosecco.

Final day of Huddersfield Food and Drink Festival 2015 in St. George's Square, Huddersfield.

What are the opening times?

Thursday: 11am-9pm

Friday: 10am-10pm

Saturday: 10am-10pm

Sunday: 10.30am-5.30pm

Last orders will be called 45 minutes before closing, for a duration of 15 minutes.

Will the roads be affected?

The link road in front of the Head of Steam pub has been closed until 6pm on Monday August 8. St Georges Street and Railway Street has been closed to all vehicles until midnight on Sunday August 7.

Buses will not serve St George’s Square — routes will go via the ring road. The free town bus will operate via John William Street and Westgate.

WATCH: A look at last year's festival

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What’s cooking on the Demo Stage?

Chefs from Jamie’s Ministry of Food, Dapur Malaysia and a Great British Bake Off finalist will share their secrets in the festival’s demo kitchen, sharing their knowledge about everything from Indian delicacies to bread, baking and Italian cuisine.

The demos give visitors a chance to watch chefs prepare dishes live, ask questions and sample some of the delicious creations. This year’s events will be compered by Andie Laidlaw from Jamie’s Ministry of Food.

Who’s playing Festival at Dusk?

There will be live music on all four nights of the festival each year from 6.30pm, including festival regulars, Huddersfield-grown bands and some new faces for 2016.

WATCH: Helter Skelter at Festival at Dusk 2015

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Helter Skelter, Storm, LewRey, Little & Often and Flock of Beagles are on the bill - click below for the full line-up.

What’s on in the Kids’ Zone?

Workshops and activities for kids at Huddersfield Food and Drink Festival include Fun with Food, the Ministry of Chocolate, crafts with Fairandfunky and magic tricks from High Jinx, plus on Sunday children’s museum Eureka will be on site with more fun activities. For the full Kids’ Zone line-up visit the website.

Which pubs are on the Real Ale and Cocktail Trail?

Huddersfield Food and Drink Festival's Real Ale and Cocktail Trail returns on July 16

This fun fringe event, which will run until Sunday August 7,

encourages drinkers to try featured real ales, ciders and cocktails at each of the trail venues, collecting stamps along the way. Pick up a card from any of the participating venues and you’re off!

If you collect eight stamps across the 14 venue, you’ll be rewarded with a limited edition engraved glass — simply hand in your stamped form at the Food Festival (from Thursday August 4 to Sunday August 7), the Slug and Lettuce or the Sportsman.

Can I buy food and drink to take home?

Yes you can! It’s not just about on-the-day eats — the festival also features a number of stalls selling tasty treats and gifts to take home, from artisan cheeses to delicious oils, sweets, olives and liquors.

Keep an eye on the Examiner’s Food and Drink Festival page for pictures and videos from the festival — and tweet us pictures of any tasty festival food or drink you sample to @Examiner!