Published: 08:53, 18 May 2011
Prince is to headline a third day at the Hop Farm Music Festival.
His set on Sunday, July 3 will be the pop legend's first performance in the UK since 2007.
Eagles and Morrissey have already been announced as headliners for Friday, July 1 and Saturday, July 2 respectively.
The eighties icon is a coup for the Paddock Wood event, with the festival extended to a third day to give fans the chance to see Prince in the exclusive one-off UK performance.
This makes the fourth annual Hop Farm Music Festival the biggest to date.
Tickets will go on sale tomorrow at 9am, with those who have already bought two-day tickets able to upgrade to a third day for just £40.
Supporting acts for the Sunday of the festival will be announced shortly.
Vince Power, the Festival organiser, said: "I am really excited about having Prince at the Hop Farm, we have worked hard to get the third day up and running."
Prince joins other big names, including Iggy and the Stooges, Bryan Ferry, Lou Reed, Brandon Flowers. Patti Smith, Death Cab For Cutie and more.
The festival has four music stages and includes comedy and campsite stages.
For all line-up details, tickets, announcements and news visit the Hop Farm's website.