More than 25 acts have been announced the Sheffield festival, which returns in July.
More than 100,000 revellers flooded the Steel City for last year's edition, with artists from across rock, pop, electronic music and hip-hop spread between four outdoor stages and 15 venues. The setup remains the same this time around. 27 acts make up the initial announcement, with Goldie, Matrixxman, Paranoid London (who will play live), Denis Sulta, Marquis Hawkes, Amy Becker, FYI Chris, DJ Randall and a back-to-back set from Mumdance and Pinch all confirmed.
Other highlights include grime icon Dizzee Rascal, reggae singer Dawn Penn and former Mercury Prize winners Young Fathers. This year festivalgoers will be able to buy individual day and night passes, as well as full weekend tickets. More names will be announced in the coming months.