The Streets will headline this year's Mad Ferret Festival in Manchester with Roots Manuva, Finley Quaye and more also set to appear.
The event, which will have nine stages of music will also feature performances from Stanton Warriors, Freestylers, Dan Black, Peggy Sue, Micachu And The Shapes and more.
Claude Von Stroke, Pendulum, Caspa, Eat My Beat and many more are also set to play DJ sets over the weekend.
Other names announced today include Bailey (BBC 1Xtra), Spokinn Movement, Homecut*, Gideon Conn and Cats In Paris.
Mad Ferret Festival 2009 will take place at Platts Field Park, Manchester from 12-13 June.
Tickets are on sale now priced at £55 for the weekend.
Mad Ferret was started in 2008 by a group of impassioned entrepreneurial students from Manchester universities, wanting to recreate the sense of spirit, community and euphoria they found at numerous festivals across Europe.
As part of their commitment to building communities and being a force for good, Mad Ferret will be donating 5% of its profits to the Bollocks to Poverty campaign. Bollocks to Poverty is the youth arm of ActionAid – a charity that works in Africa, Asia and the Americas, striving to end global poverty and social/ political injustice