A bank holiday music festival will bring top blues, reggae, ska and jazz groups to Holmfirth.
Firth Fest at the Picturedrome will tomorrow feature The Terrie Shaltiel Band, Jahmaica, The Lost Cassettes and Adrian Ingrams Jazz Dawgs.
On Sunday the Manchester Ska Foundation, Audley Buckle and Dancing Fly, Winston’s Pennine Jazz an Alamo will perform.
The music begins at 6pm each evening. Tickets are on sale at Vinyl Tap Records, Huddersfield and HOT Bannana Music in Holmfirth Facebook.com/firthfest
Award winning music venue The Parish is celebrating its 8th birthday by hosting international acts three nights running.
The Kirkgate boozer, which won Independent Live Venue Of the Year at the recent Pure Rawk awards, begins the party on Wednesday when New York City metallers Ikillya come to the town.
The band, dubbed the ‘new Pantera’ by Kerrang magazine will be supported by Huddersfield’s metal kings Grieve and Tyrant.
Thursday sees LA sleaze punks Good Knives taking to the stage in support of their new album.
Support comes from Dan Allen, who plays in Frank Turner’s band, as well as Adore//Repel and Gunnarson.
Friday will feature a top Kiss tribute act who have even been hailed by the legendary band themselves as the most authentic show outside of the real thing. Expect make-up, huge songs and pyrotechnics!