A celebration of family, friends and community with some great music and arts is the aim of the DNA Music and Arts Festival organised by Dodnaze Community Events on Saturday, June 7.
From 12.30pm to 7pm there will be lots to do at the festival site, Dodnaze Playing Fields, behind the Dodnaze estate, near Hirst Grove, Hebden Bridge.
The DNA Music and Arts Festival will have a wide range of creative activities for people of all ages. There will be live music from The Tiny Minds, Drum Machine, Klonk, Mr Wilson’s Second Liners, Ric Birtill, Owter Zeds and Mad Jack and the Hatters.
A range of activities will be available, including interactive photo installations, WheelyNice ice cream, Bee Friendly collective and hot food from the 3 Monkey crew.
The festival secured funding from Calderdale Festival and Events and Hebden Royd Town Council. There is more information on the community group and upcoming events at www.dnce.org.uk or on their Facebook page Dodnazecommunityevents.