The historic grounds of Temple Newsam where taken over today for this year's Party in the Park. Among the stars on stage was Ollys Murs. Daniel Harris caught up with him before he went on.
Thousands of people are expected at Temple Newsam in Leeds later for this year's Party in the Park.
Big acts performing include Olly Murs, Professor Green and Dizzee Rascal.
It's the first year that music lovers have had to buy for tickets for Party in the Park. In previous years, free tickets were allocated using a lottery system.
Organisers of one of the region's biggest music events have banned festival-goers from bringing their own food onto the site - in an effort to cut costs.
Party in the Park at Temple Newsham House in Leeds attracts crowds of 70,000 people and until this year's event, fans have been able to bring in picnic hampers and cooler boxes.
But at next month's festival, revellers will be barred from bringing anything other than a half litre bottle of water. Organisers say sales of food and drink help to meet the costs of staging the concert.
Three days of music celebration begins today in Huddersfield.
The Concerts in the Park star with a special performance of "Thank you for the Music", which is a live show featuring the music of ABBA and the Bee Gees.
On Saturday the stage will be set for a Jubilee proms evening, with the Orchestra of Opera North.And finally on Sunday chart-topper Tinchy Stryder will headline Party in the Park.