In five years of running BTW it's easily our biggest line up yet, with some of the most exciting new names from across the country heading to Horncastle this August.
Let's start with the headliners, and first up we're really chuffed that Ten Tonnes will be joining us at this year's festival.
In the last few weeks, as BBC Radio 1 listeners will know, he's been named Annie Mac's hottest record in the world, Scott Mills' tune of the week and been added to the Radio 1 playlist. Not too shabby - especially as he won't turn 23 until after the festival.
One for the fact fans here - he's also the younger brother of a certain George Ezra. As I'm sure you can imagine, it's going to be a huge party when he takes to the main stage at Stourton Estates.
Also topping the bill in August will be Easy Life, a band from down the road in Leicester who have been tipped for big things.
Described by DIY as 'blending together hip-hop, jazz and indie elements into an invigorating package', great things are promised from the East Midlands five-piece and we're thrilled that they'll be joining us this year.
They've already got an impressive performance on Later... With Jools under their belts, and earlier in the year they embarked on a sold-out UK tour.
Not bad for two years' work, and in years to come we'll all be looking back on their main stage performance as an 'I was there' moment.
Finally, and this is the icing on the cake for us this year, we're delighted to be able to reveal that we'll be joined by Radio 1 DJs Scott Mills and Chris Stark.
I'm not sure that much needs to be said about this booking. They spend their afternoons entertaining millions of people across the country, and in August they'll be entertaining a intimate crowd of 2,000 people in a small village just outside of Horncastle.
It's going to be one hell of a party.
Also on the bill are Leeds band Marsicans, and queen of BBC Music Introducing Abbie McCarthy, who've recently teamed up for Abbie's Good Karma Club tour. We went along last week, and it was one of the best live gigs we've seen in quite some time. Two performances not to missed.
We'll also be joined by indie up-and-comers Bloxx, hotly-tipped Liverpool band Spinn, and we know that if you came to the festival last year you'll be really pleased to see that Casey Lowry and OUTLYA are returning to Beyond The Woods - two of our biggest highlights from 2018's festival.
Of course, there's also a lot we're holding back. There will be 60+ names performing at Beyond The Woods 2019, which will be our biggest line up yet, including a whole host of Lincolnshire-based talent.
Offering just a taste of the home-grown artists we're going to have on display this year, we can reveal that Calligraphy Club, Hey Dude and, of course, The Pylons will be taking to the stage on Friday 9th & Saturday 10th August.
A limited number of weekend tickets are on sale now for just £35 - that's £15 cheaper than our full-price ticket.
These cheap tickets will not last, so make sure book your place at our biggest summer party yet while you still can.
Can't wait to see you in August!
A limited number of weekend tickets to Beyond The Woods 2019 are available now for just £35!
We went down to BBC Introducing's Summer Showcase to check out some great local bands!
We're delighted to be able to announce the Lincolnshire artists playing our BBC Music Introducing Stage
We're returning to Lincoln's Liquor for our third BTW Presents night. See you down the front!