Americas most Instagrammable music festival Coachella is attracting bigger names than ever this year.
And the bonanza of choons, partying, ferris wheels and waving palm trees is now just around the corner.
So where is it held? How long does it last? When does it kick off? And most importantly, who is on the line-up for 2018?
Lets have a look.
As usual, Coachella is taking place over two consecutive weekends in April, in Indio, California, specifically at the Empire Polo Club in the Inland Empires Coachella Valley. Thats in the Colorado Desert.
The first Coachella happened in 1999, and the main acts were Beck, the Chemical Brothers, Tool, Morrissey, and Rage Against the Machine.
From that bunch, you can see that music played on the seven stages is always from a variety of genres.
This year, Weekend One takes place between Friday 13 and Sunday 15 April, and Weekend Two takes place between Friday 20 and Sunday 22 April.
Currently we know the entire line-up for the first weekend, which kicks off tomorrow, but Weekend Two remains shrouded in mystery.
And the names on the bill are exciting – because the three headliners are Beyonce, Eminem and The Weeknd.
Other big names include Jamiroquai, Cardi B, King Krule, St Vincent, Haim, Alt-J, Post Malone, The Bronx, Fleet Foxes, Jean Michel Jarre, MØ, French Montana, Jessie Ware, SZA and David Byrne.
The Weeknd will headline the main stage on Friday, Beyonce will headline on Saturday and Eminem will headline on Sunday.
Meanwhile fans are convinced Justin Bieber is planning a surprise performance and indeed, surprise guests are scheduled into both weekends.
Head here to see a full list of the stages and set times across Weekend One.