Holmfirth will become the epicentre of folk when a festival returns.
Banjo players, accordionists and dancers will take over the streets of the town from May 8 to 10 to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Holmfirth Festival of Folk.
Renowned national acoustic act Elbow Jane, Brighouse’s Roger Davies and Britain’s Got Talent finalist Sam Kelly are amongst some of the acts confirmed to headline on several stages around the town.
They will be joined by over 20 other popular national and regional acts, who will bring their different styles to the event.
For the first time the Peace Gardens will also be used for the event as a place to showcase local talent.
Other acts already booked are Holme and Dry Shanty Singers, Les Musicians d’Upperthong, Hope Bank Works Concertina and Accordion Band and Hot Banana Ukuleles.
Meanwhile, a total of 25 dancing groups from around the country will help keep the party spirit going when they hold demonstrations in public places.
And it is hoped that all the action will encourage visitors to get involved themselves by taking part in some of the numerous workshops , singarounds, open mics and ceilidhs.
Children will also be invited to join in the event through its affiliated family festival.
Amongst the events listed are story telling, music making and junior open mics.
Holmfirth Market will also be opened all weekend, which will be full of various stalls.
Camping is available at Sands Recreation ground on Huddersfield Road. Most of the events are free, while tickets for headline acts can be bought via the website at www.holmfirthfestivaloffolk.co.uk .