Madness head up a slew of acts confirmed for next year's Camp Bestival, which will include three days of children's favourite Mr Tumble.
The Human League and Calvin Harris will deal with all things electronic, while the infamous George Clinton will perform with Parliament Funkadelic.
Young rapper Chipmunk, Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry, The Fall and the Cuban Brothers have also been announced while Bill Drummond’s The17 are set for an exclusive UK debut.
Martin Carthy And Dave Swarbrick, James Yorkston, Stornoway, Beth Jeans Houghton, Gold Panda and tongue-in-cheek rappers, Countryside Alliance Crew will all be performing live.
Hitting the decks will be organiser Rob da Bank as well as DJ Yoda, Greg Wilson, Ragga Twins, DJ Derek, Joker, Cooly G, L-Vis 1990, Boy 8-Bit, Jonny Trunk, Greg’s Great and Nextmen featuring MC Wrec.
But that’s not all as there will be comedy from Andrew Maxwell and Jim Jefferies as well as Marcus Brigstocke And Andre Vincent.
The National English Ballet is also set to return to the music festival along with the River Cottage Café, East Lulworth Literary Institute, a freestyle sports park and the additions of new spectacles How To Be DJ Derek and School Of Life.
Tickets are on sale now priced at £145 for a adult weekend pass, £135 for students and £72.50 for 11-17 years. Under 10s go free, but require a ticket.
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Camp Bestival 2010 will take place at Lulworth Castle, Dorset from 30 July to 1 August.