TOWN players past and present are turning out for 'An Audience with Andy Booth' in April.
Joining Booth for his next Testimonial event at Huddersfield Town Hall are skipper Jon Worthington, popular defender Nathan Clarke (left) and leading scorer Gary Taylor-Fletcher.
Also added to the guest list for the afternoon of Sunday, April 1, are Booth's former playing colleagues Jon Dyson and Kieran O'Regan.
They will all take part in a Parkinson-style interview followed by a question and answer session hosted by Home FM's Paul Clark.
Fans will have the chance to ask their own questions, too, at an event which runs from 3pm to 5pm (doors open 2.30).
All youngsters attending will get a free Boothy poster and there will be a chance for fans to have their picture taken with the legendary striker and get an instant framed print to take away on the day.
Mascot Terry the Terrier will be on duty to mingle with younger fans, while it's also planned to raffle one of Boothy's shirts, which the winner can have personally signed.
"It's promising to be an excellent family day out with something for Town fans of every age," said organiser Graham Nelson, of the Testimonial committee.
"Our intention was to have an informal event which would not cost a fortune for families and which would also be at a suitable time for youngsters.
"People have already expressed a lot of interest, and with people being able to pay on the day at the Town Hall, we are keeping fingers crossed there will be a big attendance."
Entry is £3 for adults and £1 Under 16s. Tickets are available in advance from the Town Hall, from the Stadium Superstore and from Sporting Pride on Cloth Hall Street, but fans can pay at the door.
In addition to a stall offering Booth's Testimonial Brochure and other merchandise, which he will be on hand to sign, there will be a food kiosk and a pay-bar.
Booth, whose Testimonial is being sponsored by Yorkshire Bank, has already had a successful match, golf day and dinner in his honour and, after the 'Audience' a couple of other events are planned before the committee wind things up in June.