CORNWALL’S Boardmasters Music Festival has revealed its third and final wave of acts.

More artists have been added to the line up including The Streets, Maisie Peters, Ghetts and Professor Green.

They join headliners Chase & Status, Sam Fender and Stormzy.

The Streets, pioneers of UK garage, have cemented themselves as one of the most influential groups in British music culture since bursting onto the scene in 2002.

Their catalogue of hits include ‘Fit But You Know It’, ‘Has It Come To This?’, ‘Blinded By The Lights’, ‘Dry Your Eyes’ and 2022’s ‘Brexit At Tiffany’s’. 

Maisie Peters’ innate talent for storytelling and relatable songs has seen her rack up over half a billion streams globally.

She has sold out London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire and headlined her own US tours.

Her acclaimed debut album shot straight to number two, every date on her headline tour sold out in one minute and she has released a string of pop bangers including ‘Cate’s Brother’, ‘Blonde’, ‘Good Enough’ and ‘Not Another Rockstar’.

Ghetts, notably one of the UK’s most prolific and influential rappers, has joined the Boardmasters bill.

His latest album ‘On Purpose, With Purpose’ has earned him a flurry of rave reviews.

He’s an Ivor Novello nominee, a Mercury Prize nominee, and a MOBO Award winner, who serves up sharp commentary and has collaborated with everyone from Kano, Wretch 32 and Sampha.

East London’s own MC and rapper Professor Green has remained prolific throughout his career.

He will perform a set laden with his biggest hits including ‘I Need You Tonight’, ‘Jungle’, and ‘Read All About It’.

The platinum-selling singer songwriter Cat Burns will perform her relatable tracks including ‘go’ and ‘people pleaser’.

Other additions to the line up include Future Utopia, the psych rock band which is the brainchild of the renowned Fraser T Smith who’s added his magic to works by Adele, Dave and Stormzy.

Sammy Virji will be on the decks as well as ‘Tell Me Something Good’ hitmaker and Scotland’s biggest hyped DJ of the moment Ewan McVicar, breakthrough duo Good Neighbours and drawing on all things RnB, soul and reggae, Äyanna will also take to the Boardmasters stage.