Thousands of people are set to flock to Farsley on Saturday for Farsley Festival 2018.
The event will feature three music areas, family friendly activities, street performers, stalls, inflatables, games and plenty of food and drink.
Leeds Samba will be kicking the festival off with a high energy parade leaving the morning Farmers Market at 11.50am, before performing in the park throughout the afternoon. There will be workshops too – so everyone can have a go.
The event – this Saturday, 23rd June 2018 – will run from 12pm to 5pm, in Hainsworth Park Farsley.
It will also feature walkabout acts, den building, a silent disco, play areas, drumming workshops, Breeze inflatablesand much more.
The festival community project this year has been a huge pair of wings, where each feather has been decorated by a member of the community.
12.25pm – Captain of the Lost Waves
1.15pm – Farsley Village Singers
1.50pm – Holcombe Family String Band
2.40pm – Samba Performance
3.15pm – Sea Whores
12.30 & 1.50pm – Yorkshire Traction Honley Brass Band
4.15pm – Peace Artistes
12.15pm, 1.10pm, & 2pm – Everybody needs to Boogie
2.45pm & 4.10pm – Captain of the Lost Waves
3.30pm – Nicky Bray
Details of the event are available on the festival website.