As you may already know, Glastonbury will not be held in 2018 as it's taking a year off  - as it does every few years - to allow the land to recover on its Worthy Farm site.

Instead, the BBC - which broadcasts Glasto coverage each year - has announced plans for four huge gigs that will happen in its place, and keep their TV audience engaged, and one of them is scheduled to take place in Northern Ireland.

Dubbed 'The Biggest Weekend', the four-day event will be held across four different countries - England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland - and it's believed that 175,000 tickets will be made available.

The director of BBC Radio and Music, Bob Shennan, said: "BBC Music has a strong history of bringing the nation together for some special moments and this is the biggest single music event ever attempted by the BBC. We will be celebrating diversity of music from four different corners of Britain, bringing the best UK music to the world and the best global music to the UK."

The exact locations have yet to be announced, but you can bet that the line-up will be suitably big enough to match its title.