When it comes to staging festivals, Leeds certainly knows how to get the crowds rocking.
But west Leeds looks set to go completely Gaga with the launch of a brand new music festival later this month.
And topping the bill for Bramley’s inaugural music festival, which has been masterminded by the brains behind Bramley Carnival, will be Lady Gaga tribute act Kaley Gaga.
Local bands are set to showcase their talent in Bramley Park alongside Black Lace’s very own Dene Michael.
There will also be a rapper and an Abba tribute band taking to the stage throughout the afternoon and evening.
Terence Knapton, who is the brains behind the event along with Helen Garrand, said: “For many, many years I have always been interested in the entertainment industry and doing things for the community.
“Helen and I have worked together on Bramley Carnival which has proved successful for six years.
“It’s still going strong so we thought we would bring another big event to Bramley.
“I think it means a lot to the community and we’re hoping to get quite a few people there.”
He said the reception from the community had been fantastic and they are already receiving bookings for next year’s event.
Terence added: “We definitely want it to be annual.
“We were so inundated with bands that wanted to perform that we had to turn bands away.”
The family festival, which will be held on Sunday, October 28, has been funded by a £6,150 grant from the Lottery’s Awards for All scheme.
Another £2,000 has been donated from Bramley First, which runs neighbourhood challenge projects.
Guests are being urged to dress their dogs in Halloween costumes to be named the best dressed dog at the festival which runs from 11am to 7pm.