Around 15,000 people will descend on a field near Dundrennan in Dumfries and Galloway this weekend, for the 2015 Wickerman festival.
From humble beginnings in 2001, the event has grown into the biggest music festival in the south of Scotland.
That was mostly down to the drive and passion of one man, Jamie Gilroy.
When the festival's founder died in December, its future looked in doubt.
But his family decided the show must go on - and it looks like this year's event could be the biggest yet.
Jamie Gilroy was found on his farm with a serious head injury, caused by a firearm, in December last year.
He died in hospital.
His wife, Patsy, and daughter Jennie, were in London at the time, where Jennie was receiving treatment for cancer:
After lengthy talks, the family decided to continue the festival this year, and Jennie took on the position of Director, and she's already making her mark.
The festival begins tomorrow and finishes with the burning of the Wickerman on Saturday night.
But before then, Jennie says she'll take a moment to remember her dad, at a very special place: