Parklife fans, the wait is over - the 2020 line up has now been revealed, with some massive names to look forward to.
Grammy Award-winning US pop star and producer Tyler the Creator and grime star JME have already been confirmed for this year's festival at Heaton Park.
Now it's been announced who's joining them, with headline acts including grime icon Skepta, Scottish singer-songwriter Lewis Capaldi and US megastar Khalid.
The cross-Atlantic blitz of big-time names continues across the rest of the bill, with acts including Giggs, Jorja Smith, Anderson Paak, AJ Tracey and Little Simz also lined up to perform across the weekend on June 13 and 14.
Split across eight stages, the music programme will also include performances from Charli XCX, Mabel, Robyn, KSI, Peggy Gou, D-Block Europe, Hot Chip and Manchester's own Aitch.
The team behind The Warehouse Project and Parklife have also confirmed electronic icons such as Eric Prydz, Carl Cox and Fatboy Slim, alongside Bicep (Live), Floating Points (Live), Four Tet, Nina Kraviz and Honey Dijon.
Now the biggest metropolitan festival in Europe, Parklife will see 160,000 music lovers fill Heaton Park across the weekend.
A pre-festival gig from Liam Gallagher has also been confirmed for Friday June 12, on what will be used as the festival's main stage over the following two days.
You can find the full line up for the rest of the weekend below.
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Parklife 2020 line up in full
Tyler, The Creator
Anderson .paak & The Free Nationals
Adam Beyer & Cirez D
Grime MC FM
Jon Hopkins DJ
Floating Points Live
My Nu Leng
Purple Disco Machine
D Double E
Kings Of The Rollers
Hype & Dillinja
House Gospel Choir
Chaos In The CBD
Eli & Fur
Brame & Hamo
Reelow Bassel Darwish
Too Many Man
Now Wave DJs
When do Parklife tickets go on sale?
Parklife tickets go on sale to the general public on Thursday January 30 from 10am.
A limited number of tickets will also be available in a pre-sale beginning on Wednesday January 29 at 10am.
Fans will need to register in advance for the pre-sale by singing up to the Parklife newsletter at parklife.uk.com.
Those who sign up will also be in with a chance of winning four weekend VIP passes.
Tickets will be available through Ticketmaster.