More acts have been added to the lineup for Guilfest, which takes place at Stoke Park, Guildford, from 13-15 July.
Morcheeba, The Ordinary Boys, Rodrigo Y Gabriela, The Saw Doctors, Uriah Heap, Richard Thompson and Toots and the Maytals will play the three-day festival.
They join headliners Supergrass, Squeeze and Madness, with many more acts due to be confirmed in the coming months.
The Ordinary Boys will warm up for Supergrass on Friday's Radio 2 Main Stage, with Rodrigo Y Gabriela, The Hold Steady and Thirteen Senses on the same bill.
Morcheeba are set fill the same slot on Saturday night, ahead of Squeeze, with Crazy P also confirmed.
Toots and the Maytals join Madness and The Magic Numbers on Sunday's main stage.
Loads of bands have also been confirmed for the Ents 24 Stage. On Friday, The Saw Doctors headline and Newton Faulkner is lso confirmed.
Saturday sees Richard Thompson headlining ahead of Ghosts, Cherry Ghost, Ross Copperman, Rory McLeod, Amy Macdonald and Damien Dempsey.
Uriah Heap tops Sunday's bill with Sunny Sweeney, Simon Friend and Redlands Palomino Company sharing the same bill.
As well as its seven music stages, Guilfest will also feature comedy, theatre, market stalls and a luxury campsite. The 15-year-old music event was winner of last year's 'Best Family Festival' at the UK Festival Awards.
Tickets are on sale now HERE, priced £100 for an adult camping pass with reductions for children. Day tickets cost £43.