Two Door Cinema Club, Stereophonics and The Vaccines are set to headline Y Not Festival in 2017.
The first major announcement for this year includes the three leading bands plus a wave of performers for the event.
Electronic pop creators Clean Bandit and singer-songwriter Jake Bugg stand out on a list of around 35 artists for this year.
Derbyshire festival Y Not takes place from 27-30 July in the surrounds of the Peak District.
The appealing cast of bands is highlighted by the headliners, although many of the most promising names appear within the depths of the lineup.
Highly-rated live bands including Pulled Apart By Horses, Tigercub and Maxïmo Park will take to the stages.
Slaves, Nothing But Thieves and The Hunna also add another festival to their already packed schedules.
Twin Atlantic, Kate Nash, Cabbage, Muncie Girls and Sundara Karma are other noteworthy names from the lineup to date.
Of the headliners, Stereophonics take to the stage at Kendal Calling on the same weekend, bringing their 20-year veteran sounds to festival stages.
Kendal Calling has traditionally mirrored the Y Not lineup for the most part but, in 2017, the lineups appear to differ widely.
Two Door Cinema Club, who’ve just completed a massive headline tour, will headline Boardmasters in August and are also scheduled for major festivals including TRNSMT and Reading and Leeds.
The Vaccines have also just been announced for Truck Festival.
Tickets for Y Not Festival are on sale now, and well on their way to selling out.
Adult tickets are £104.50 (including the booking fee), with children under the age of 12 going free.
The full A-Z lineup for Y Not Festival so far:
- Bad Sign
- Beans On Toast
- Clean Bandit
- Everly Pregnant Brothers
- Example and DJ Wire
- Eyre Llew
- Fickle Friends
- Grumble Bee
- The Hunna
- Jake Bugg
- Kate Nash
- King Pleasure and the Biscuit Boys
- Maxïmo Park
- Muncie Girls
- Nothing But Thieves
- Pulled Apart By Horses
- Sundara Karma
- Tom Grennan
- Twin Atlantic
- Two Door Cinema Club
- The Vaccines