This year's Isle of Wight Festival will kick off on Thursday, June 13 and conclude on Sunday, June 16.
But, which of your favourite artists can you expect to see? Here is a full list of the headliners.
Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds
The English rock band from Manchester are among the main stage headliners this year.
Formed in 2010, Noel's bandmates are Mike Rowe, Chris Sharrock, Russell Pritchard, Gem Archer, Jessica Greenfield, Charlotte Marionneau, and YSEE.
Following their Stranded on the Earth World Tour throughout 2018, the band is ready to take the stage again.
The Paradise singer, 25, released his latest album Staying at Tamara's in March 2018, which reached Number 1 in the UK.
Fans can expect to hear their favourite George Ezra songs including Budapest, Shotgun, and Blame It On Me live at the festival.
Talking about headlining, George said: "I’m extremely flattered to have been asked to headline and can’t wait to get up and play."
If you can't make the festival, you can also catch a live performance from the singer during his 2019 UK tour.
The Scottish rock band is getting ready to liven up the Isle of Wight Festival 2019.
They recently announced that they were working with Welsh director Jamie Adams to produce a movie to go along with a 12-track album of new music.
It is expected to come out sometime in 2019, so there's a chance that it will be out just in time for the festival.
The English DJ is Isle of Wight Festival 2019's special guest on the main stage.
His UK Arena tour will kick off in London in February 2019, so we can expect to see a lot of the famous DJ this year.
Who else is in the line-up?
Here are the other famous musicians festival-goers can expect to watch.