Chockers are back in fashion and plaid shirts are fair game.
If you haven't already been reminded of how good the 90s were (see: 6 Music Celebrates 1994, the return of Baywatch, all the love for Daria), then allow Lakefest 2017 to assist.
The family-oriented summer festival, held at Eastnor Castle, near Ledbury, Herefordshire, will offer full frontal 90s nostalgia, with The Charlatans, Badly Drawn Boy and ASWAD joining Feeder and Turin Brakes on the bill. Imelda May, Wilko Johnson, Alabama 3 and Seth Lakeman have already been announced.
As part of its focus on being kid-friendly, Lakefest will once again lay on free family activities during the three-day festival, including a Pro BMX dirt jump competition, pottery lessons, kids yoga, free rides with Land Rover Experience Eastnor, a Tiny Tots Rave and DJ workshops.
Acts lined up to play the festival's popular Floating Lotus stage include Fly Yeti Fly, The Minkie Whales, The Curious Incident, Albert Man, Ruth Theodore, Blackbeard’s Tea Party, Lost Boy, Tors, Future Set, White Feather Collective, Round Mountain Girls, Elles Bailey, Fred’s House, Monster Ceilidh Band, Josh Fletcher, Marie-Claire Berreen & Her Husbands, Harper’s Ferry, No Coward Soul, Under A Banner.
Lakefest will take place from August 10 to 14.
Early Bird tickets (£95 adult camping, £20 for children aged six to 12) are now on sale at www.lakefest.co.uk