Taylor Swift’s never been, Dave Grohl played when he was in Nirvana and we’re guessing David Guetta isn’t overly familiar with East Anglia.
But this weekend Norwich is hosting some of the biggest artists in the world.
Fifty-thousand people are expected at Earlham Park, in the centre of the city, over the next two days.
Muse, Fall Out Boy and Imagine Dragons are also playing at Europe’s biggest free ticketed festival.
We could see a very different set from Clean Bandit who have been touring their debut album for the past year.
“We’ve got a couple of new surprises,” teased Jack Patterson, fresh from their double Ivor Novello wins on Thursday.
“We’ve just been rehearsing for it all week and we’ve been playing around with new ideas,” added Grace Chatto.
“We’re doing a bit of a nod to another favourite of our nineties classics that we kind of grew up listening to.”
So Clean Bandit do Blur or Oasis? We’ll just have to wait to find out.
Image caption Rae Morris will perform with Clean Bandit
They’re also promising some remixes of their older tracks and there will be a guest appearance.
“Rae Morris is going to perform with us, who is one of our favourite singers on our album and that’s really exciting because she has got the most incredible voice.”
Another great voice but a notable absentee is Sam Smith, who had surgery on his throat last week.
It means Catfish and The Bottlemen move over to the main stage and Lethal Bizzle slots into the In New Music We Trust line-up on Sunday.
George Ezra who admits he’s not been practising with his band for a while, so what can we expect?
“As far as I am aware, we don’t really know,” he jokes.
“We’ve had a month off so it’s going to be nice to get back in the room first, have a cup of tea and see how everyone is doing.”
George and his band are playing in Oxford on Saturday before hitting the main stage in Norwich on Sunday.
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Source:: BBC Entertainment