It's getting even bigger
The festival, which is being billed as the BBC’s answer to Glastonbury, will take place at four sites across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland during the May Bank Holiday (25-28 May). Tickets and more information can be found here.
While the likes of Liam Gallagher, Taylor Swift, and Ed Sheeran have already been announced to play, Cabello, Ezra and 30 Seconds To Mars will now join their ranks.
Check out the new additions below, across all four sites.
· Sam Smith
· Camila Cabello
· Liam Payne
· Neneh Cherry
· Father John Misty with The Ulster Orchestra conducted by Gavin Bryars
· Strictly Come Dancing with the BBC Concert Orchestra
· Emeli Sande
· Rita Ora
· 30 Seconds To Mars
· George Ezra
· Stefflon Don
· Angelique Kidjo
They will be joined by Niall Horan, J Hus, Wolf Alice, Jess Glynne, Paloma Faith, Craig David, Franz Ferdinand, James Bay, Ash, Years & Years, Little Dragon, Young Fathers, Breeders and more.
2018 will be a fallow year for Glastonbury to allow the farmland time to recover. The next festival will take place in 2019.