Doves plus Mumford & Sons will play the magical Eden Sessions stage on Friday 2 July 2010.
Tickets are £35 plus £5 booking fee - and this gets you entry into Eden during the day to experience the entire festival vibe, with extra bands and entertainers playing around the site in the run-up to the main event and massage and alternative therapies on offer.
Your ticket also means you can come back to Eden the day after the gig if you fancy further exploration of the gardens, giant greenhouses and the like.
This session marks a return for Indie legends Doves, who played at the home of the world-famous Biomes in 2002.
Folk rock's newest stars Mumford & Sons - emerged from the prolific West London folk scene and have since wowed audiences with their top ten debut Sigh No More.
The show will take place on Friday July 2 2010.
The Manchester band have released four studio albums since 2000 - Lost Souls, chart-toppers The Last Broadcast and Some Cities and last year's Kingdom of Rust.
Single releases have included There Goes the Fear, Black and White Town and Snowden. This April sees the release of The Places Between: The Best of Doves.
Doves were nominated in the British Band category at this year's BRIT Awards and had their first two albums shortlisted for the Mercury Prize.