Crowds will be heading back to Exhibition Park this Sunday for the final leg of This Is Tomorrow festival.
The past two days have seen thousands make the most of their chance to welcome back live music, with the park hosting a cracking line-up of acts ranging from big names and up-and-coming local bands.
After Gerry Cinnamon wrapped up Saturday night's entertainment, Newcastle music fans will be sorry to be reaching the event's final day but This Is Tomorrow is set to go out on a high with a final hurrah, showcasing 22 acts topped off by North Shields talent Sam Fender.
Read more: do you need a Covid passport for This Is Tomorrow?
Here are the full day's timings so that fans can know who to look out and when on the festival's four stages this Sunday.
Some slots have changed and Goat Girl, Billy Nomates and Midnight Chic are no longer set to perform.
There are, however, additional acts to the original line-up such as Gateshead singer-songwriter Jamie Lee Harrison.
Remember that, as with any live music event, timings can always alter at short notice.
Doors will open at 1pm .
This Is Tomorrow programme for Sunday, September 19
Sam Fender - 9pm-10.30pm. Expect a taster of his second album Seventeen Going Under which is due for release in October.
Fontaines D.C. - 7.30pm-8.30pm
Beabadoobee - 6pm-7pm
Nadine Shah - 4.30pm-5.30pm
Andrew Cushin - 3.30pm-4pm
Rachel Chinouriri - 2.30pm-3pm
Heidi Curtis 1.30pm-2pm
Lottery Winners - 7pm-7.45pm
Sophie and the Giants - 6.15pm-6.45pm
Dylan John Thomas - 5.15pm-5.45pm
Laurel - 4.15pm-4.45pm
The Daniel Wakeford Experience - 3.15pm-3.45pm
Chintzy Stetson - 2.15pm-2.45pm
Lizzie Esau - 4.45pm-5.15pm
Bare Roots - 3.45pm-4.15pm
Connor Fyfe - 2.45pm-3.15pm
Scott Kiers - 5.45pm-6.15pm
Holly Goodwin 4.45pm-5.30pm
Jamie Lee Harrison - 3.45pm-4.15pm
Tom A Smith - 2.45pm-3.15pm
Jack Denton - 1.45pm-2.15pm
For more about This Is Tomorrow Festival see here.
For the latest What's On news, announcements and reviews direct to your inbox, go here to sign up to our free newsletter