Glastonbury Festival will be kicking off this Wednesday (June 24), and will run until Monday (June 29).
Pop icons Florence & The Machine will be replacing them on Friday.
Alongside them, huge performers Alt-J, FKA Twigs, Patti Smith and Kanye West among others are set to play the legendary festival.
But what does the weather have in store for the festival?
A spokeswoman for the Met Office said: "Wednesday is looking dry, with a chance of light rain here and there. The temperature will be around 19C, with plenty of cloud around."
Thursday is likely to be the best weather of the whole festival, with no rain likely, and a little bit of sun.
"Thursday will be a dry day, more cloudy than Wednesday but with some sunshine."
"Friday will be a murky day, quite misty with a lot of low cloud. It will be muggy all day with the risk of the odd shower. If it does rain, it won't be heavy, more like drizzle.
"The whole day will probably be misty and muggy."
Crack out the sunglasses and sun-cream on Saturday, Kanye West and Paloma Faith will be playing to a fairly dry audience!
"Saturday will be a fine, dry, sunny day. It will be less muggy, with a fresher feel."
Don't forget your wellies Sunday ticket-holders!
"On Sunday there will be another front coming from the west, which will cross Glastonbury. It's uncertain, but there will probably be rain in the afternoon, and it will be heavy.
"If there's any serious rain at the festival, it will be on Sunday."
For details of how to get to Glastonbury Festival from west London, head to our travel guide.