The final European National Championship title of the year will be decided at the Cultural Centre Zwaneberg in Heist-op-den-Berg when the 41st Belgian National Championship takes place.
16 bands in five different sections will look to claim the domestic honours with the winner of the Championship Section going on to represent the nation at the 2020 European Championships in Palanga.
The all important decisions will be made by Florent Didier, Peter Graham and Sheona White.
Peter Graham's 'Dynasty' will be the set-work in the Championship Section, where defending champion Brass Band Willebroek will look to make it a hat-trick of victories.
They are faced by a strong line-up of challengers, including former champions Brass Band Buizingen, Noord-Limburgse Brassband, Festival Brass Band and Kortrijk Brass Band.
On Saturday competitors in the First, Second, Third and Open Divisions will take the stage, followed on Sunday by the Championship Division.
This year, the audience can download an app for the championships to enable them to enjoy an interactive experience of the event.
Peter Graham's 'Dynasty' will be the set-work in the Championship Section, where defending champion Brass Band Willebroek will look to make it a hat-trick of victories4BR
Brass Band Heist
Brass Band Leieland
Festival Brass Band
Kortrijk Brass Band
Kon. BB de Grensbewoners Smeermaas
Mercator Brass Band
A.M. Brass Band
Championship Division: Dynasty (Peter Graham)
First Division: Alpina Brass (Jan Van der Roost)
Second Division: Lions of Legends (Thierry Deleruyelle)
Third Division: Purcellian Fantasia (Jan de Haan)
Open Division: No test piece
Own Choice Selections:
***** (Ludovic Neurohr) x2, A Brussels Requiem (Bert Appermont), Cycles (Stan Nieuwenhuis), Journey of the Lone Wolf (Simon Dobson), Joy (Ward Dierick), REM-Scapes (Thomas Doss), The 39th Parallel (Peter Graham).
Another World's Hell (Simon Dobson), Chivalry (Martin Ellerby), Facets of the Heart (Tom Davoren), Opus 87 — the Story of a Soviet Genius (Tom Gontier), Sinfonietta NÂ°3 (Etienne Crausaz)
A Brief Symphony of Time (Simon Dobson)
Red Mountain (Marc Jeanbourquin)
Choralia (Bert Appermont), Knoxville 1800 (James Curnow), Prelude, Song and Dance (John Golland)