As predicted by Virtual Festivals, Gorillaz Sound System are set to headline this year's Secret Garden Party.
The cartoon group, brainchild of Blur’s Damon Albarn and artist Jamie Hewlett, will top the bill, mixing the group’s music with some special effects.
Indie legends Mercury Rev and rising pop star Marina And The Diamonds have also been confirmed.
Speaking to BBC 6Music, organiser Freddie Fellows said: "It's really exciting this year, it has to be one of our most pant-wettingly exciting line-ups so far.
“We've got the Gorrilaz Sound System as our Saturday night headliner, then my favourite cult band from my youth, Mercury Rev and Marina and the Diamonds who I think is number two in the album charts at the moment."
"We got many more to come […] there's a lot more to add to the list."
Other acts on the bill include Apples, Charli XCX, The Crookes, The Golden Filter and Manchester group The Whip.
Fans wishing to attend the Cambridgeshire event, which picked up the Best Small Festival gong at last year’s UK Festival Awards, are able to buy passes at for £142.
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In other news, festival cheifs have announced that the theme for this year's event will be 'fact and fiction'.
Secret Garden Party 2010 will take place at a secret location, near Huntington, Cambridge from 22-25 July.