Latitude Festival due to be held at Henham Park in Suffolk between the 17th and 20th of June, has just revealed their weekend tickets have all been snapped up.
It comes as a bit of a shock to organisers that all 25,000 tickets have been sold, with 41 days still remaining before the festival kicks off. Since Latitude's beginning, a mere 2 years ago, it has grown in strength and popularity - this year sees nearly twice as many eager festival troopers than in 2006.
The festival offers a wide and diverse mix of cultural interests. Promoting the latest cutting-edge art, theatre, poetry readings, literature, cabaret, comedy, film and then yes, there is the music too.
Franz Ferdinand, Interpol and Sigur Ros are all set to headline. The line-up also expanded today by a whole stage, with a 'BBC Introducing' Lake Stage added, curated by Radio 1 DJ, Huw Stephens.
Amongst the acts added to that are Errors, Johnny Foreigner, Sky Larkin, The Wave Pictures and Lovvers.
There are a limited number of day tickets still up for grabs, although Saturday day tickets have now sold out. Click here to check the latest availability.