For music fans, festival season is nearly just as exciting as Christmas itself and there is no better way to kick off the UK's summer than with the prestigious Isle Of Wight Festival 2015 which is just a few days away.
From Thursday 11 June, the island's small town of Newport will be flooded with tens of thousands of wellie-clad, happy-go-lucky festival-goers, hoping to avoid the rain, catch the sun's rays and listen to some good tunes.
Of course, the music bonanza will have plenty more to offer besides the three main headliners so IBTimes UK have outlined the top picks you will not want to miss, along with everything else you need to know about the weekend including the weather forecast and a very special Jimi Hendrix surprise...
FRIDAY 12 JUNE
The Black Keys
SATURDAY 13 JUNE
Pharrell Williams (special guest)
SUNDAY 14 JUNE
Paolo Nutini (special guest)
THE WEATHER FORECAST:
Sorry to be the bearer of (some) bad news but wellies are a must-have in your suitcase. According to BBC Weather, it is set to rain heavily on Friday with showers expected early on Saturday.
Although there will be some light in between the clouds as forecasters predict it should clear up for the rest of the weekend.
Temperatures look fairly mild with a predicted 21C on Friday, 17C on Saturday and 16C on Sunday.
JIMI HENDRIX CELEBRATION:
At 15:30pm on Saturday 13 June, stop whatever you are doing, put down the pint of beer, stop taking selfies with strangers and head over to the main stage for a history-making moment.
To mark 45 years since the rock legend played the festival, all those gathered at the main stage, officially renamed Electric Church in the musician's honour, will attempt to break the world record for the most masks worn in one place at one time – by wearing masks with Hendrix's face.
In addition to being the coolest thing you would have done in a while, proceeds from sales of the masks will go to the WellChild charity.
Still planning your journey to the Isle Of Wight? It is all relatively simple – for those travelling without a vehicle, there are several ferry options courtesy of Red Funnel, Wightlink, Hovertravel, and other options.
Coach is also an option with the Big Green Coach picking passengers up from 13 locations across the UK, however, these could be close to selling out.
If you are travelling by car, the aforementioned ferry options can carry your vehicle across and there is also parking on the festival site.
It is sure to be a weekend to remember, see you down there!