BBC's The Biggest Weekend continues tonight (Sunday) but who's performing on the line up and where can you watch?
Here's the timings and schedule plus how and where to watch on TV and online.
The Biggest Weekend is the BBC’s biggest ever popular live music event, taking place at four sites, in four nations, over four days, with performances from over 100 artists across nine different stages and with over 175,000 tickets available to the public.
BBC TV will be broadcasting from four locations in four nations, providing audiences with front-row seats on BBC One, BBC Two and BBC Four to watch some of the biggest artists in the world performing in Belfast, Coventry, Perth and Swansea.
From 9PM, BBC Two will feature headliners Florence & The Machine.
Meanwhile, over on BBC Four from 7PM there will be coverage of Billy Ocean, UB40 Featuring Ali, Astro & Mickey, Stereophonics, Snow Patrol, the Selecter and Jamie Cullum on the main stage at the War Memorial Park in Coventry. Plus, Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher will headline.
As well as watching on TV, you can watch live and catch up (if you're in the UK) online via BBC iPlayer.
Nick Grimshaw said: "Soooooo excited to go to Swansea, see everybody there, have fun and witness Florence’s return to the festival stage. I can’t wait!"
Clara Amfo added: "I am all for the female force at The Biggest Weekend this year, I can't wait to see Florence, Christine And The Queens, and Mabel smash it!"
BBC One's Biggest Weekend will continue on Bank Holiday Monday.