Some of the biggest names in the music industry right now will head to Middlesbrough this Spring for Radio 1's Big Weekend.
DJ Greg James made the announcement on his breakfast show on Wednesday morning.
Little Mix, Miley Cyrus and The 1975 are among those on the line-up for the biggest free music festival in Europe.
The festival will see two of Little Mix's band-members return to the North East. While it isn't quite home for Perrie and Jade from Little Mix, it is't far from it. The pair were born and raised in South Shields. The band recently scooped a Brit Award for their music video 'Woman Like Me'
Double Brit award winners the 1975 will also take to the stage in Stewart Park, Marton on May 25 and 26.
Lead singer Matty Healy is also no stranger to the North East, his parents are actress Denise Welch and 'Auf Wiedersehen, Pet' actor Tim Healy.
Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen says the announcement is a 'major coup' for the area.
I’m over the moon we’ve landed BBC’s Big Weekend right here in Middlesbrough, bringing some of the biggest music acts from across the world right to our doorstep.