The names look fairly familiar.

Michael Jackson, Abba, Queen - some of the biggest names in music history.

But it is the FAKE super star acts are to take over Greenhead Park.

Tribute acts to the likes of Jackson and Queen are some of those booked to take to the Wannasee Live Music Tribute Festival stage on July 16 next year.

Fake Bon Jovi, Bruno Mars, and the Beatles musicians are also set to perform at the one-day event, which organisers hope will leave music lovers feeling like they’ve seen something as good as the real thing.

Covers band Scandal will complete the line up with their set of indie, mod, rock and soul hits from bands like The Smiths, The Kinks, Oasis and The Who.

It is the first such festival to hit the town in recent years, as tribute fans have had to travel before now to places such as Halifax and Barnsley.

It is also the first time that festival organisers have brought the one day event into Yorkshire, with previous festivals only taking place in Bishop Auckland and Penrith last year and in 2014.

A Michael Jackson impersonator performers at the Wannasee Festival in Bishop Auckland in 2015

One of he organisers, Paul Watson, praised the high quality nature of the acts.

He said: “Everyone will be stunned at the quality of tribute bands we are featuring as they are the closest you can get to the real thing and are genuinely world-class.

“People can expect a big outdoor stage and lighting, entertainment and rides for all ages and a spectacular day of live music.

“You could never see most of these artists for real again, and all together in one day is like a fantasy line up.

“Expect a day of singing along as people will know every song that is played”.

The festival will take place from 12.30pm to 10.30pm.

Early bird ticket prices are currently only £15 for adults, £8 for 14-17 year olds and children under 14 are free when accompanied by an adult.

They can be booked online at or from the box office in the foyer at Huddersfield Central Library.