The BBC is to host its own stage at Glastonbury to expose fresh talent from around the UK.
A total of 24 acts handpicked by a panel of music experts will play the new stage across three days.
The bands have all been nominated by regional BBC music shows, with the final decision resting with the like of Steve Lamacq, Huw Stephens and Emily Eavis.
The Ting Tings, Riff Raff, New Cassettes, Tor and Cate Le Blanc are a few of the names you'll be able to check out.
The BBC stage will run from 3pm until 11pm every day and will be located in the new Park Area of the site.
The lineup is as follows:
Jag, Tigerstyle, Riff Raff, Broke'N'£nglish, Riz MC, JME, Breaking The Illusion, Tor
Ben Sharpa, How's My Pop, New Cassettes, OK Tokyo, The Ting Tings, Headliners, The Neon Plastix, The Ripps
Cate Le Bon, Sam Isaac, Eugene McGuinness, Rose Kemp, A Silent Film, Doll & the Kicks, Pint Shot Riot, Radio Luxembourg
Check out the full Glastonbury Festival lineup HERE. It all happens next weekend, 22-24 June, at Worthy Farm, Somerset.