Music fans who have been planning to go to Leeds or Reading Festival this summer will be relieved that the first few acts have been announced.
Among the headliners of the 2016 events are the Red Hot Chilli Peppers, The 1975, Courteeners, and Twenty One Pilots.
Disclosure, Fall Out Boy, Biffy Clyro and Foals will also perform on stage over the weekend at the two locations (Richfield Avenue in Reading and Bramham Park in Leeds).
The annual festivals are set to take place on the August Bank Holiday weekend (August 26th to 28th) and acts will travel between Leeds and Reading to entertain crowds at opposite ends of the country.
Those playing on Friday in Reading will take to the stage on Saturday in Leeds, those performing on Saturday will be in the West Yorkshire city on Sunday, and those headlined for Sunday will first entertain audiences on Friday up north.
Other acts that have been announced include Boy Better Know, Slaves, HINDS, RAT BOY, Crossfaith, and DJ Ez.
Festival staff will be busy that weekend, with thousands of music lovers expected to turn up at both sites.
Attendees can buy weekend tickets for £213, which allows them to catch all their favourite acts over the course of the three days.
They can pitch their own tents or enjoy one of the new luxury glamping options available at Reading this year, where they can spend their nights in wooden pods and enjoy hot showers, clean toilets, phone charging facilities, and access to a pamper tent with hair straighteners and hair dryers.