Kasabian have been announced as this year's Creamfields headliners.
Kasabian came from the studio to announce the news on Radio 1
The Leicester rockers will perform at the event's 10th anniversary in Daresbury, Cheshire on the bank holiday weekend of 23-24 August.
This year's event, which will be broadcast live on Radio 1, has been extended to two days and tickets are on sale now.
Kasabian singer Tom Meighan said: "We are made up to be headlining this year's Creamfields."
He added: "We have heard great things about the festival over the years and it is an honour to be asked to headline the event on its 10th anniversary. It will be great to bring our sound to a fresh northern crowd."
Jason Carter Radio 1's Editor of Live Music and Events, said Radio 1 was delighted to be returning to Creamfields.
He added: "The station is looking forward to being part of the next chapter for Creamfields as the festival extends across two days, for the first time ever. The fantastic diverse line-up headlined by Kasabian means this year's event looks set to be the best ever."
Weekend camping tickets are priced at £115 and weekend VIP tickets are £199.