Liam Gallagher, Haim and the Chemical Brothers will be the main attraction of the Latitude Festival in 2020.
Michael Kiwanuka, Keane, Charli XCX and Bill Bailey will also perform at the festival in Suffolk from July 16-19.
The former Oasis Gallagher singer played a surprise at Latitude in 2018.
It will be the 15th edition of the festival at Henham Park, which includes comedy, art, poetry and theater, as well as music.
Los Angeles-based Haim will debut Friday night, playing at the festival in 2014.
They said, “Latitude has always been one of our favorite festivals to play – now we’re very excited to go back and headline.”
Liam Gallagher is scheduled to play the main stage on Saturday and the Chemical Brothers will close the festival on Sunday.
They will feature tracks from their recent Grammy-nominated album, No Geography, and pick an old catalog filled with dance anthems.
British singer-songwriter Michael Kiwanuka will also perform, as will Keane, who met this year for the first time since 2013.
“Latitude is one of our favorite festivals to attend,” said Keane. “We can’t wait to be on the bill next summer.”
British singer-songwriter Michael Kiwanuka will also perform, as will Keane, who reunited this year for the first time since 2013.
“Latitude is one of our favourite festivals to attend,” said Keane. “We can’t wait to be on the bill next summer.”
IQ and Got News for You The regular Bill Bailey, who will head Comedy Arena, was a bit more reserved.
“The last time I played Latitude, it wasn’t too bad, so I’m looking forward to winning by 2020,” he said.
Poet John Cooper Clarke will perform on stage and be interviewed about his career.
There will also be a Women’s Fiction Prize panel and Salon London will feature a selection of authors and scholars.
The festival faced criticism last year by animal rights groups for the “ignorant and cruel” tradition of dyeing their sheep pink.
It is not yet known if the colored sheep will reappear.