Jess Glynne is to top the bill at next year’s Belladrum Festival.
The English singer will headline the final night of the event on Saturday August 3.
Scottish synth pop group Chvrches will take to the stage as the headline act on the Friday evening.
Previously announced acts that will take to the Bella stage in 2019 include Elbow, Glasvegas and Richard Thompson.
Promoter Joe Gibbs said: “We are delighted to share more of our line-up for 2019, Jess Glynne is an artist at the top of her game and guaranteed to round off the weekend on a high.
“We have always been extremely proud of home-grown Scottish talent and look forward to welcoming Chvrches to Bella for the first time to headline the Friday night.”
Glynne rose to prominence in 2014 featuring as a guest vocalist on hits for Clean Bandit, ‘Rather Be’ and Route 94’s ‘My Love’.
More acts will be announced early next year.
The festival’s lead charitable cause for 2019 is Scottish Association for Mental Health (SAMH).
Donations will be collected in memory of Frightened Rabbit’s Scott Hutchinson, as the band were due to headline the Hot House stage in 2018.