It's a dream line up of world music stars, from Bon Jovi to Bruno Mars, Queen to Michael Jackson — and it's coming to Greenhead Park.
Wannasee Festival brings together some of the finest tribute acts in Europe for a music festival with a difference.
On Saturday July 16 the outdoor event will take over Greenhead Park, with fairground rides, food stalls, a bar and the main attraction: a line-up of tributes to music giants.
We've got the information you need, from tickets to food and drink — as well as the stars on the line-up.
Who's on the bill?
The line-up includes acts paying homage to Michael Jackson, Queen, ABBA, Bon Jovi, Bruno Mars and the Beatles, with special guests The Scandals opening the show.
Can we bring the kids?
Wannasee is a family-friendly event, with children of all ages welcome — under 14s even go free (but must be accompanied by a ticket-holding adult.
The festival will have a 'family zone' with free kids attractions, rides and face painting.
How much are tickets?
Early bird tickets are still available on the Wannasee Festival website, and cost £15 for adults and £8 for teens aged 14-17. Under 14s go free.
To book, visit wannaseefestival.com and follow the links to book for the Huddersfield event.
If tickets are available, they can be bought on the day, but you may be charged a higher price.
What time does the festival start?
It's an all-day festival — the main gates will open at 11am, and is expected to end at around 10.30pm.
You can leave the festival arena and come back in — tickets will be swapped for wristbands to allow people to come and go as they please.
The festival ground will close at 11.30pm.
What food and drink is available?
There will be a range of food stalls at the festival, and a festival bar run in partnership with Heineken.
The bar will stock draught lagers, ciders and some real ales, with a can-only bar also planned.
The bar will also serve cocktails, shots and soft drinks.
On entering the park, people will be allowed to bring in one sealed bottle of soft drink or water, no larger than 500ml — but visitors can bring their own small picnic into the festival arena. You can also bring picnic blankets and camping chairs.
Where can we park?
Free, secure parking will be available less than 500m away from Greenhead Park — but spaces are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Street parking around the park is also limited — catching a bus or walking from the town centre may be easier.
Is there disabled access?
The festival offers full disabled access and will also have a separate viewing area for disabled visitors. To access the viewing area, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your requirements.