After 15 years of running Secret Garden Party, organisers have announced that 2017 will be the last festival.
Crystal Fighters and Metronomy will be the final headliners for the festival, which has previously seen the likes of Clean Bandit and Bastille perform.
The "party" as it likes to be known, will start on 20 July near Huntingdon in Cambridgeshire.
Founder Freddie Fellowes says since it started in 2003 it has "defined and redefined outdoor events in the UK".
It all started off as 500 friends gathering at the bottom of a garden, according to their website.
"Facebook, YouTube and Twitter had yet to be invented and no one knew what a boutique festival was, let alone Glamping," said Freddie.
Secret Garden Party were the first to introduce drug testing on-site for festival-goers.
'Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery'Freddie says there would never be a perfect time to announce the news.
"We have never compromised our principles and we never will," said Freddie.
"Secret Garden Party has always been a beacon of what you can do within those terms and, as imitation (being the sincerest form of flattery) proves, it has set the bar for everyone else going forward."
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