An open top bus tour is being held in Luton on Sunday 4 May to mark the football club's return to the Football League.
The Hatters' players and officials will travel through the town from Kenilworth Road to St George's Square at 11:30 BST.
A civic reception will be held at the town hall later.
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Non-league King's Lynn Town have signed former Luton Town, Norwich City and Coventry midfielder David Bell.
The move has been described by Linnets boss Gary Setchell as "his best signing ever".
Bell 30, signs from Notts County where he made seven appearances.
More details on the club website.
The 21-year-old previously spent time on loan at Northampton Town this season after falling out of favour at London Road.
Hatters boss John Still believes that the former Southend United man will prove to be an astute signing.
“He’s an all-action midfield player who plays a high-energy game and gets all around the pitch,” Still told Luton's website.
"He’s the sort of player I like. He can come up with the odd goal and for him to play 30-odd games in the Championship last season speaks volumes."
John Still gives his reaction to ITV Sport after the Hatters lost to Welling Utd in the FA Cup.
Luton Town have announced their pre-season friendly against Arsenal will be pay on the day.
Details for Saturday's match can be found on the club website.
Luton Town striker Ollie Cole has joined Norwich City. The youngster has been in impressive form this season and the Canaries have swooped to sign him for an undisclosed fee
Luton Town have appointed Dagenham and Redbridge boss John Still as their new manager.
Still will replace Paul Buckle who left Kenilworth Road last week by mutual consent.