57 players will take part in the event on March 27th, the biggest turnout in over a quarter of a century.
Shaun Ellis, the league's most consistent player for the past decade, will start the day as the number one seed. The two-time champion is currently top of both the averages and sets award in the division but will have his work cut out for him during the course of the day, with the next four seeded players all defeating him at some stage this season.
Cameron Sandhu, who beat both Aitken and Ellis on his way to the final of the Tri-League Super 8s last month, is the fourth seed, while defending champion and back-to-back winner Ben Fillingham starts the day as fifth seed looking to become the first player to win the event three times since its return in 2013.
The quintet will begin the day as the favourites but they face stiff competition from a strong field consisting of numerous players capable of being a surprise package on their day.
James Foster is in the form of his life and enters the event with wins against five of the seven top seeds under his belt in the last three months.
Meanwhile, Lewis Palmer has recently rediscovered his form and has previously reached the semi-final of the competition, while his league team-mate Liam Chipman has enjoyed a very successful first season in Halifax after making his return to the sport.
The likes of Russell Senior and Jake Clarke both have a history of picking up wins against the top seeds and Jo Keighley, who is currently ranked ninth in England at veteran women's level, has dispatched of the majority of the main contenders during the season.
The day will consist of several events, including categories for veterans, juniors and banded competitions for each of the league's three divisions. The day will culminate with the doubles.