Foo Fighters and Muse are set to headline BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend.
Scott Mills announced the festival's line-up on the BBC Radio 1 Breakfast Show this morning (20.04.15), and revealed that Muse will headline the Main Stage on Saturday May 23, while Foo Fighters top Sunday's bill.
Muse's frontman Matt Bellamy has admitted that the last time the 'Supermassive Black Hole' band played at the free festival was a "disaster", so they're very excited to make up for it next month.
Matt said: "I'm very excited to play. The last time we played 'Big Weekend', for us it was a disaster, so I can't wait to make up for it on this performance. I'm really looking forward to coming back and doing a great show. I'm pretty sure that we may unveil another new song that we will play for the first time which is pretty exciting."
The In New Music We Trust stage line-up was also announced this morning, and is being headlined by Rudimental and Jamie T.
Jess Glynne will be supporting Rudimental on the Saturday, and although she performed with Clean Bandit last year, this is going to be her first solo outing to the festival.
The 'Hold My Hand' singer said: "My first Big Weekend in my own right and what a line up to be a part of. I can't wait to play Norwich with my band and let you hear some of the songs from my new album. It's going to be big."