Taylor Swift is the latest artist confirmed to headline British Summer Time Hyde Park 2020, taking to the stage on July 11.
The 29-year-old singer-songwriter is the third artist to join the line-up following the reveal that Pearl Jam and Little Mix will also be performing in the London park next year.
The US pop icon is no stranger to the summer music extravaganza, having headlined the same event in 2015 in support of her 1989 album.
Big reveal: Taylor Swift is the latest artist confirmed to headline British Summer Time Hyde Park 2020 (pictured last month in LA)
The Shake It Off singer will be returning to London for the first time since her sold out show at Wembley stadium for her Reputation stadium tour in 2018.
In August this year, the songstress dropped a new album titled Lover, which includes hit singles You Need To Calm Down, The Archer and Lover.
Swift will perform some of her new hits from the 2019 album, as well as some of her past favourites.
Taylor has revealed she's not playing a full tour next year and will instead be performing at outdoor stadiums, so fans will have less chances to see her live.
The star has been hotly tipped to play Glastonbury 2020 for its 50th anniversary event in 2020.
Major moment: The Shake It Off singer will be returning to London for the first time since her sold out show at Wembley stadium for her Reputation stadium tour in 2018
Kendrick Lamar is also widely rumoured to be joining the line-up alongside Sir Paul McCartney at the Worthy Farm, Somerset based festival next June.
Meanwhile, Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirwall of Little Mix will also be taking to the stage as part of their 2020 European tour - which was announced on Monday.
American Express presents BST Hyde Park is the only London stop, according to a spokesman for the group.
The group are set to take to the stage at the festival on July 4 - the first time since they supported Tom Jones in 2014.
Headliners: Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock