Sheffield's Tramlines Festival, held from 22-24 July across multiple genres in the steel city, has added a wave of new acts to the line-up.
Toddla T is set to curate an event at The Octagon, where he’ll be joined by garage diva Ms Dynamite and Shy FX.
Hiem, The Starlings and hip-hop ensemble The Renegade Brass Band join the line-up at The Foundry, alongside The Ruby Kid and Dels.
Other acts to join the billing for the free festival include Scottish dubstep artist Koreless, production duo Squire of Gothos, Rogue State, Alex Deadman and Daddy Freddy.
De:bug have been invited to host a day rave on Saturday (23 July), which will see sets from Stephen Roberts, Reece Johnson, Steve Lynam and H2.
DJs Autograff, DJ Deadbeat and J Vandal complete the list of new additions.
They join Ash, The Futureheads and The Chapman Family on the line-up for the three day festival.
Tramlines is a free, ticketless music festival, so get there early to guarantee entry.