Festival-goers will find out today who's headlining this year's Latitude Festival.
Organisers will unveil the first sting of acts this afternoon. The event, now it's 13th year, will take place between July 12th and 15th at Henham Park in Southwold.
Last year, The 1975 and Mumford and Sons were just some of 80 acts performing in the Suffolk countryside.
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The clean up has begun after this year's Latitude festival.
It's been the most successful year yet for the event - with 35 thousand people attending every day.
Local singer Ed Sheeran made two surprise appearances at the festival and thousands watched the big headline acts.
But now the site must be returned to normal and it's not a small job.
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Thousands of people are beginning to arrive at Henham Park in Suffolk for this year's Latitude Festival. Around 700 performers are booked to appear at the three day event which is expected to attract in the region of 35 thousand festival goers.
The final line-up of Suffolk's Latitude Festival will be announced today.
Blur frontman Damon Albarn, from Colchester, Manchester band James and Billy Bragg are among those already confirmed for the weekend event at Henham Park near Southwold.
Comedians Dara O'Briain and Jack Dee, as well as designer Vivienne Westwood and photographer David Bailey, are also set to make an appearance.
The festival takes place on Thursday July 17th to Sunday July 20th.
German electronic pop pioneers Kraftwerk are to headline this year's Latitude Festival in Suffolk.
They'll be staging their 3D show - which they performed at Tate Modern last month.
Also appearing at Latitude - staged at Henham Park, Southwold, and noted for its eclectic line-up - will be I Am Kloot, Maccabees and Cambridge-based Mercury Prize winners Alt-J.
The event, from July 18 to 21, will feature comedians like Dylan Moran, Lee Nelson and Marcus Brigstocke.
Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy and writer Germaine Greer are among the literary figures who will be taking part in this year's event.
Other music acts include Calexico, Hot Chip, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and the Mark Lanegan Band.