Manchester indie band James are the third and final act to be confirmed for this summer's annual forest gig at Delamere Forest.
The group, most famous for their 1990s anthemic hits 'Sit Down', 'Laid' and 'She's a Star', will join Paloma Faith and Tom Odell as the headliners for the Forestry Commission's Forest Live concert series, and will perform at Delamere on Sunday July 5.
Famed for their incendiary live performances, James have played all over the world at venues including Coachella in the USA, Rock In Rio in Brazil and Glastonbury.
It is the fourteenth year of the Forestry Commission gigs, and some huge names including Paul Weller and Blondie have played at Delamere over the years.
Tim Booth of James said: “Delamere is our local gig on the Forest Live circuit so a James performance there is long overdue and we’re very happy to be part of this cause.”
Tickets to see James cost £42.50 (plus £4.25 booking fee) and go on sale 9am on Friday January 30 at the Forestry Commission box office. You can also call 03000 680400, or buy online at www.forestry.gov.uk/music