Some of the headline acts for next summer's Vieilles Charrues festival have been unveiled, with some big names in French music playing, including Alain Souchon and Laurent Voulzy and Michel Polnareff.
Polnareff is about to release his first album in 25 years, and has a huge number of live dates scheduled for next year.
Souchon and Voulzy are still riding high on the popularity of their recent collaborative album, and released the track Bad Boys as a new single.
Meanwhile, the Téléphone reformation under the name Les Insus are headliners on the first night.
But it is not just veteran acts, with The Avener - producer and DJ who not only hit it big with his Wanderings of The Avener album but also produced recent work by Mylene Farmer - set to play.
Vieilles Charrues attracted 250,000 people to Carhaix in Brittany last year and the vent has gronw to be one of France's key music events.
Other artists who have signed up for the event include Louise Attaque, The Libertines, Lou Doillon, Major Lazer and Mickey 3d ,Nekfeu and Editors.
More names will be added as the event gets closer.
2016 will be the 25th birthday of the Vieilles Charrues festival, and so far an interesting event looks on the cards.
Vieilles Charrues takes place on July 14-17 2016.