Villa Kit Festival: Here is the full schedule for Sunday
Music organisation Counteract Magazine have created a cracking roster of bands for the last day of the weekend, after the success of Saturday, which saw the likes of The Establishment, Curb, The Assist and Kastella impress.
We have the likes of Drakelow performing.
Their track 'Swallowing Diamonds', aired at Villa Park during half-time at the Newcastle game, sees soaring vocals and melodic guitars meet piano and string refrains to create a track that's entirely intoxicating.
No strangers to the Villa Kit Festival, after playing the very first one, The Bluebeat Arkestra bring a hybrid of all kinds of genres to the forefront - reggae, ska, pop and dance.
Expect an energetic and exciting show from the Birmingham-based six piece.
The carnival of music also includes Tempting Rosie.
They are an eight piece ska/reggae band from Birmingham and are known for having those songs you just can't get out of your head.
Entrance is free of charge.
However, children's activities and stadium tours will require either a wristband - which gives you unlimited access to all the activities (£5) - or tickets (£1 each) which give you a single go on each activity.
Like in previous years, you will receive a wristband free-of-charge for every home shirt that is purchased.
Here is the picture gallery from day one.
10.30am-10.55am: Platypus Baby
Mini stadium tours [focusing on the history of the Villa shirt]
There will also be a food court and bar open for business.
Live music should be finished by around 4pm, with the other activities closing down between 4.30pm and 5pm.
Limited car parking is available in the coach park near the stadium, the Aston Events Centre and Brookvale car park.
Please note the ticket office counter at Villa Village will also be open on Sunday between 10am and 4pm.