Florence + the Machine, The 1975 and IDLES join Ed Sheeran for next year's Hungarian festival.

The announcement also confirms other headliners Foo Fighters, Twenty One Pilots, and Martin Garrix.

Sziget's line-up has expanded elsewhere too, welcoming Chvrches, Jungle, The Blaze, Maribou State, Pale Waves, Superorganism, ALMA, Yungblud, and many more.

The Hungarian festival will be approaching its 27th year, and will again bring more than just music, including theatre, cabaret, installations, performances, and art.

Multi-day passes and accommodation packages for Sziget 2019 are on sale now. Seven-day passes start at €299, which is roughly £265. Find out more.