The pennine festival is on again tonight at the parish chuirch in halifax, The event give's 5 yorkshire bands to give a run out of the test piece for there section a week before including last years yorkshire champions Rothwell Temerance. each performance will be adjudicatord by Malcolm Brownbill. The event starts at 6pm with the doors opening at 5.30, the order of the night is as follows: band no1: Haworth Band playing: Saint-Saens Variations (Philip Sparke) 4th section. no2:Lofthouse 2000 playing Labour and Love (Percy Fletcher) 3rd section no3:Emley playing The Kingdom of Dragons (Philip Harper) 2nd section no4:Hebden Bridge Band playing:A Moorside Suite (Gustav Holst) 1st section no5:Rothwell Temperance playing:English Heritage (George Lloyd) championship each band will also play a hymn tune of there choice before the test piece. The concept for the event came about during discussions between Philip Wilby and the committee of Hebden Bridge Band, who are responsible for organising the festival. Admission is £3 on the door.