If you’re stumped for something to do this weekend then why not take the whole family along this year’s Wicket Fest?
The town’s biggest outdoor live music festival and charity fundraiser will take place on Monday with the Morley Cricket Club once again providing the venue for a free afternoon of entertainment.
Families are welcome to the event which will include arts and craft stalls, fairground attractions and refreshments.
Wicket Fest organisers Rob Mitchell, Lee Jagger and artist Jess Mitchell have lined up 12 popular bands and performers take to the stage.
Mr Mitchell said: “We’re really pleased with the amount of bands who have come forward wanting to perform and there will be a couple of surprise acts on the day. It’s going to be a great day and one the whole family can enjoy – let’s just hope the sun is shining!”
Organisers are particularly excited to have secured a set from Dan Hudson, who comes to Wicket Fest fresh from a gig at the O2 in London.
Dan, who has played with the likes of Mick Taylor from the Rolling Stones and Mud Morganfield, has been compared to the leading Blues guitarists Aynsley Lister, Matt Schofield and Eric Clapton.
Other acts set to perform include Kill the Silence, King Nothing, The Erics, Dan Hudson, Dirty Vinyl, Melvin, Gemma Hopton and Angelo Palladino.
Entry to the festival, which starts at noon, is free.