RAP pioneer Grandmaster Flash and rockers The Enemy are set to take centre stage in West Yorkshire this summer.
The Message legend will be joined by Coventry-based indie rockers The Enemy who scored a number one hit with their debut album We’ll Live and Die in These Towns.
They will be joined by bands such as Mallory Knox, Peter Hook and The Dot at this year’s Crooked Ways Festival.
Organisers, who staged the inaugural festival last year with rockers Razorlight topping the bill, are hoping that this year’s event will be bigger and better.
Local bands are also set to go head to head to win the chance to play in front of thousands of music fans during the festival.
Music enthusiasts are being given the chance to vote for their favourite local bands to take to the stage.
Festival promoter Scott Ward said: “The whole Crooked Ways clan are delighted to announce every single one of these acts.
“Even though 2012 was awesome, 2013 is measuring up to be even better.
“The best in UK talent alongside iconic names and international legends make up for what should be a great day.”
Scott added: “2013 will hopefully be a tremendous year for Crooked Ways.”
The festival, which has now been expanded to take place across four stages, will be held on Saturday, June 1, in Pontefract Park.
Organisers are now set to announce more acts to join the star-studded line-up later this month.
Tickets are now on sale priced at £35 for adults, £17.50 for under 13’s and under three’s go free.
For more information visit: www.crookedways.co.uk