African drumming and morris dancing are among the attractions planned for the Horbury Craft and Street Fair.
The open air event features more than 60 stalls selling crafts and gifts.
Wakefield Djembe Circle will perform, along with the Horbury Victoria and Gawthorpe Brass bands and the Wakefield Morris Dancers group.
Live music will be provided by Mid-Life Crisis, Watershed, NESTA and Simina.
There will also be balloon modelling, majorettes, crafting with T2s and dance performances.
The Yorkshire Owl Experience will appear at the annual fiar for the first time, while old favourites Pinxton Puppets and Artifaces will return.
The event runs in the town centre on Saturday, June 14 and Sunday, June 15, on Queen Street, from 10am to 5pm on Saturday and from 11am to 4pm on Sunday.
The event has been organised by the Horbury Street Fair Committee.
*Last week the Express incorrectly stated that the street fair was due to take place last weekend.
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