Blackpool’s Winter Gardens will host the National Federation of Young Farmers’ Clubs’ (NFYFC) Annual Convention this weekend.
A charity single, Put that Hoedown, to raise awareness about rural isolation, will be released during the get-together.
Entertainment will include music from Radio 1 DJs Jameela Jamil on Friday night, Edith Bowman and Aled Haydn Jones on Saturday, and Scott Mill sand Chris Stark will hit the decks on Sunday night.
Three live bands will perform, including Tzars, Boomin and tribute act Killer Queen.
Claire Worden, NFYFC’s chairman of council, said: “We are really excited about returning to Blackpool this year after such a brilliant weekend event in 2013. Our members really enjoy visiting Blackpool and all it has to offer.”