Australian electronic music legends Peking Duk and rapper Allday will headline the 2017 Grass is Greener Festival in Cairns on 14 October.
They join What So Not, indie rockers British India, Ekali, Ocean Alley, Willow Beats, Sachi, Cairns muso Greta Stanley, Crue Ft J-El and Ruka as part of the massive lineup.
Local act Drew & the Sax Addicts will also perform at the Cairns festival, being held again at Fogarty Park.
Festival co-founder and organiser Oli Frost said the 2017 line-up would ensure another huge turnout.
"We have worked hard to match and exceed people's expectations with a line-up that is representative of the hottest talent in Australia right now.," he said.
"Our mission is to bring the biggest names out of the city confines to North Queensland and marry it with our own special festival brand and ambience.
"The tropical climate, picturesque surrounds and intimate stages in city-heartsettings provide all the makings of a memorable festival that we believe has the potential to etch its name and reputation in Australia's music festival list of must-do's.
Punters are encouraged to jump online and register for presale tickets before they officially go on sale on 23 June, followed by the public release of tickets on 26 June.