From musical sing-alongs to giant talking story books, light shows to street performers and out of this world DJ sets, this year's Festival of Light promises to be a day of wonder.
The festival returns on Saturday November 29, 2pm-9pm — and we've created a handy timetable to help you plan your day.
But if you want to know more about what's in store, keep reading for our guide to this year's entertainment.
Click below for pictures from the Festival over the years
What's on at the Festival of Light 2014?
Frozen sing-along, St George's Square, 2.45pm.
Do you want to build a snowman? Or at least sing about one? Well here's your chance — wrap up warm and head to St George's Square for a special outdoor showing of Disney smash hit Frozen, with the lyrics shown on screen! Youngsters can also meet Anna, Elsa and Olaf before belting out Let It Go at the top of their voices.
James Bawn Light Show, St George's Square, 5pm onwards
Yorkshire Lighting Designer James Bawn wowed Huddersfield by lighting the Emley Moor Mast during the Tour de France in the summer — and now he's bringing his talents to St George's Square. The designer will illuminate the square's architecture, accompanying the events of the day.
CODEX — Impossible Arts, St George's Square, 2pm-9pm
Stories will come to life in the square as a giant, illuminated book will appear before your eyes. Visitors can tweet their 140-character stories to @askcodex, or ask Codex and question, then see it appear on screen! The screen will also display haiku-style poetry from Huddersfield poet Adam Strickson and local pupils, Kirklees College of Art and Design creations and films made by local schoolchildren working with the Big Voice Media Collective.
STEMS A Trip To The Moon St George's Square, 6.45pm
The second big screening of the day will see Huddersfield rock-art band Stems take to the stage to accompany the film for which they provided the soundtrack. Stems were commisioned by the Ilkley Film Festival to create a live score to French filmmaker Georges Melies's film A Trip To The Moon as part of a sci-fi project by the British Film Institute. Watch the 1902 film on the big screen and enjoy the band live.
Hade Edge Band and fireworks St George's Square, 5pm
Hade Edge Band will provide a soundtrack of pop favourites to accompany the annual firework display and lighting show from James Bawn. Lift your eyes to the skies and enjoy.
DJ Yoda Goes to the Sci-Fi Movies, St George's Square, 7.30pm
Billed as a 'cut, paste, scratch and mix odyssey', the award-winning DJ Yoda will take the crowd on an exciting journey through world of sci-fi during his headline set. The audiovisual spectacular will feature Alien, Robocop, War of the Worlds, Blade Runner and more. Not to be missed.
Watch Beat Jigsaw at Last Year's Festival
Street entertainment in St George's Square — click here for approximate times:
Spark! The live music show will explode into St George's Square during its two Festival of Light slots, fusing high impact drumming, beautiful lighting and dynamic choreography to mesmerise festival crowds.
Sol Cinema Visit the world's smallest solar-powered movie theatre, celebrating the vintage days of cinema. Never mind 3D glasses — Sol Cinema is all about usherettes, old-school ticket booths and of course, popcorn.
Musical Ruth Don't miss daft Musical Ruth and her magical Mobile Piano for some side-splitting festival laughs for all ages.
Apus - The Birds Keep your eyes to the skies to spot the giant birds and their stunning fanned tales — especially at night when they show off their amazing light effects.
Matt Pang - Pang On! Good old fashioned street entertainment from comic Matt Pang, with acrobatics, unicycling, escapology and other entertaining feats.
Circadian - The Schmutter Brothers Take one portable kitchen, a bag of the finest ingredients and add two brothers — and you get culinary chaos!
Swank - Pearl and Deanie With their extraordinary beehives, you won't miss Pearl and Deanie, the usherettes searching for talent in the square. Fall under their torchlights and you could win a Swank lollipop!