Kate Nash, Pendulum and Dizzee Rascal are among the first set of acts confirmed for The Edge Festival.
The event, formerly know as T On The Fringe, will take place in various venues around Edinburgh, Scotland from 1-27 August.
Scouting For Girls, Lost Prophets, Shed Seven and Newton Faulker are all set to perform at the Edinburgh Corn Exchange alongside Maximo Park, Xavier Rudd and One Republic, who will be supported by The Script.
Michael Franti and Spearhead will perform in the Liquid Rooms as well as Kevin McDermott, Broken Records, Deadmau5 and Digitalism. Fans will also be able to buy tickets for An Evening With Stephen Lynch.
Former Throwing Muses frontwoman, Kristin Hersh, will be presenting her 'Paradoxical Undressing' from 17-23 August at St Cecilias Church during the festival which will incorporate film, music, essays and feature excerpts from her upcoming memoirs.
Cabaret Voltaire is set to be the busiest of the venues when it hosts performances from Ratatat, Longview, Paul Haig, Melee, Shout Out Louds, Bo Pepper, Isosceles and Midnight Juggernauts.
Other acts performing at the Voltaire include Clare and the Reasons with support from Brendan Campbell, Louis XIV with Les Gars, The Presets and Heartbreak as well as Jackie Leven alongside Lee Patterson.
Tickets for the festival go on sale at 9.30am tomorrow (6 June) morning. Click back for details of where to purchase them from.